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Lori, Jacko, how are you creating your PDF's? What software are you creating from, Quark, in-Design????? What is the final Purpose of the PDF, Print?, Web? Lori, your problem sounds more like a printer driver issue if either of you want to send me your PDf's I can have a look. I will send my email if you wish....

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    Lori, Jacko, how are you creating your PDF's?
    What software are you creating from, Quark, in-Design?????
    What is the final Purpose of the PDF, Print?, Web?

    Lori, your problem sounds more like a printer driver issue

    if either of you want to send me your PDf's I can have a look.

    I will send my email if you wish.
    colin_ej_clarke@adobeforums.com Guest

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    I am having the same issue. Has this been resolved yet?
    Thanks!
    sebpeters Guest

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    seb,

    which issue are you referring to?
    de_Siem@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Jocko Taylor's original post.
    sebpeters Guest

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    I was having that problem too with graphics and text pages, but with acrobat 7.
    I got iworks and made the files and converted each one, then I put it through multiple pdf files. Now they look fine on screen and print out perfectly. I use photoshop, convert to pdf, for plain image files and 72 dpi, if that helps any. With mine they just need to look good, so don't need high resolution on graphics.

    If your graphics are coming out small when printing, it means your resolution if off. I change mine to 72 dpi for printing.
    Debbie
    Debbie St. Germain Guest

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    Resolution determines print quality, it doesn't determine image size. If your image size is too small, I suggest you follow Debbie's advice and make your PDF's through Photoshop. You can check/adjust your image size (and DPI/PPI) through Photoshop:

    Image Menu/image size ... don't worry about pixel dimensions if this is for printing, look at Doent size, as well as DPI. You may be in trouble (for print purposes) if your DPI reads 72, and the image size is 1" x 1" (for example). Simply resizing the doent will lower your DPI, and the lower it is, the worse print quality will result. It isn't recommended to print at 72 DPI/PPI ...
    colin_ej_clarke@adobeforums.com Guest

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