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Apr
15
comment How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
@e100 This is the term we are given by the conference organisers and the publishers. I can understand why they appropriated it even if it doesn't fit; it communicates clearly to authors that the paper now has to look really good.
Apr
15
asked How can non-designers learn to approve a print layout?
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15
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revised How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
Uploaded better comparison image
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15
revised How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
added 90 characters in body; added 53 characters in body
Apr
15
comment How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
Sorry if I wasn't clear. To convert, I used "Print -> Adobe PDF" in Word (because "Save as" doesn't let me change the settings for embedding fonts). Both files you can see in the picture are PDF, one as I submitted, the other one as they received. I am accustomed that a pdf sometimes looks different than the doc. I edited the question to make it more clear.
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15
revised How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
corrected information about the illustrations
Apr
15
asked How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?