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I have a vector image that needs to go into a Microsoft Word doent. This doent will be both viewed on screen, and printed. This same doent will also be used to generate a .pdf version. Issue: 1) EPS image that is imported to Word (insert>picture>from file) is very fuzzy. 2) Generating the .PDF (print>save as .pdf) produces a fuzzy image AND the colors get whacked out. Background: The image is a simple 2 color image. Currently each color is a spot color, global. The image uses the same color w/different T-values. (Same results if the color is changed to ...

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    Default Help: Illustrator EPS -> Microsoft Word -> Adobe Acrobat PDF

    I have a vector image that needs to go into a Microsoft Word doent. This doent will be both viewed on screen, and printed. This same doent will also be used to generate a .pdf version.

    Issue:
    1) EPS image that is imported to Word (insert>picture>from file) is very fuzzy.
    2) Generating the .PDF (print>save as .pdf) produces a fuzzy image AND the colors get whacked out.

    Background:
    The image is a simple 2 color image. Currently each color is a spot color, global. The image uses the same color w/different T-values. (Same results if the color is changed to process/cmyk. Many combinations tried).

    Thank you in advance for your help.

    -p-r-
    Pixel_Rogue@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Help: Illustrator EPS -> Microsoft Word -> Adobe Acrobat PDF

    PNG is not vector but works best in Word.
    Wade_Zimmerman@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Help: Illustrator EPS -> Microsoft Word -> Adobe Acrobat PDF

    Illustrator 10 nor Photoshop 10 have .png as an option.
    (I do not have access to Illustrator CS)
    Pixel_Rogue@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Help: Illustrator EPS -> Microsoft Word -> Adobe Acrobat PDF

    Illustrator 10 does have PNG as an option. Try Save For Web or Export.

    Photoshop 10 will, when it is released in a few years, still support PNG. For now, you can use the PNG features of whichever version of Photoshop you are using, I have 6 myself.

    Oh, and let us get our terminology straight. It's "Microsoft Worst", not "Microsoft Word".

    If you have a program without Microsoft in its' name, try that one. It is better.
    Scott_Falkner@adobeforums.com Guest

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