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Is that the font you are really using? It looks like a generic font. Well lets think it is. The problem I see is an aliasing problem. One option is that you double the resolution (or 4x) on the export to the jpg, then resample the images with a bicubic algorithm, and then save your pdf again. Probably it is a good idea to use PNG like John comented. But ...


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The problem with saving the PDF file as rich text or plain text is that is strips out manual hyphens, replacing them instead with discretionary ones. This is huge problem. I have to convert dozens of 300-600 page books to be re-published for a client so after massive amounts of trail and error have come up with this method which is 95% perfect and far ...


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I would recommend opening all of them in Photoshop on seperate layers. Select and mask the desired comments, and move up/down in the layers as needed, until they're on top of the original document and positioned correctly.



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