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Sounds like you're doing it right to me. 1) Tiff files are pretty much standard, as far as print-ready PDFs go. In my experience, anyway. They are an uncompressed image format, so you will always have a large file size. 2) If you are printing in CMYK, to play it safe, your artwork should all be CMYK as well. Otherwise, you might end up with undesired ...


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I just realised that I can save my PDF as and EPS in Acrobat... that seemed to have helped.


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In the Preset area, next to the preset name, there is a dropdown menu. Uncheck "Convert to sRGB." That should do it.


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Save the file as 'Save for Web', and then choose .jpeg fie type with 100% Quality. It won't display any error and you will get a High Quality Image.



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