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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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I do not think that it should matter and your client usually wont have illustrator or Photoshop. Even if your client does, it shouldn't matter because as long as they paid you for the work, they should be allowed to edit it in the future. It`s good business. You do not want your client coming back to you, asking for the editable file later in the future ...


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Don't do it in Photoshop, let InDesign downsample the images for you; this way your original images remain untouched. In your PDF export options, look for the compression tab: If you use the Press Quality, or any of the PDF-X presets you will see that the default setting is to downsample any images over 450ppi; reducing the resolution to 300ppi. If you ...


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When I bring it to a printers some printer can't even print and if they can it can take up to 20 minutes This sounds you are talking about some simple laser print shop, not comercial offset printer (which are used to work with large files, and the process takes some days). Should I individually resize each TIFF in photoshop? Noooooo! You need to ...


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You can also try this in Acrobat and see if it meets your needs: Go to File > Save as Other > Reduced File Size. It may be enough to help without degrading the images or changing the original file(s).


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Save your file as PDF, then choose High quality Print and unmark everything (including and especially Preserve Illustrator editing Capabilities) except Optimize for Fast Web view.


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The reason for that box is because some PDF output versions do not support transparencies and transparent blending modes. A shadow on a color should be in multiply mode, which a standard pdf for print won't support, so that portion of your pdf is rasterized with the simulated shadow on that pice. (Open your pdf and move the shadow-object and see it for ...


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When you import a vector file into inkscape, it comes in as a group of vector objects. Thus resolution isn't an issue. I do this a lot for graphs from origin and python/matplotlib. This is easy to check - -click on a curve in your graph and select the "edit paths by node" tool (F2) - you'll be able to edit the nodes. Auto-updating would be nice, but I ...


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I do not think there is currently anyway to add an image into a PDF using Adobe Reader. I have only read about being able to do this in Acrobat, LiveCycle or another Photo editing program.


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this feature only works in acrobat pro if your user is using Acrobat reader they can only import PDF's in the form


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I think the short answer is no. You can set up your Fireworks document with a canvas size of 21cm x 29cm (A4) and a resolution of 300pdi. However the Adobe Acrobat viewer appears to display (and print) all your document's 300pdi image resolution but at screen resolution, hence the apparent increase in size. The image resolution is only relevant when you ...


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I have recently started using the InDesign Page Exporter Utility Script and i can confirm this does what you need. I just tried this on one of my documents and yes you have the option to export each page as a separate PDF.


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When you save to PDF in Illustrator uncheck all options, especially 'Create Acrobat layers..' , but keep 'optimize for fast web view'. Make sure you don't have additional art boards in the AI file that gets dragged into the PDF, so save with 'use art boards' and specify only your current art board or the ones meant for export. on a side note: If you have a ...



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