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Topic: New to converting eps to pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 97192
From: Jeremy112200
Date: 9/26/2003 05:07 AM

I am trying to convert eps files that we receive from our clients to usable pdf files. The problem is that when I use distiller or some other program to do this the pdf I get is split into 5 pages, the 4 channels and the composite, all 4 channels are in black and white and as far as I can tell there is no way to combine them to make a color flattened color image. The reason were doing this is we edit all our stuff in photoshop and when we import these to photoshop the color is way off and its a pain in the ass because we have to do one at a time. Can somebody please explain to me why the final pdf is split into individual channels and displayed as pages for each channel, and how, if possible, to create a final one page color pdf out of the resulting 5 pages from the original eps.

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