i printed out a pdf,and had some pngs inluded in the document.
when it was printed out,some of the png icons came with a black rectangle around them.what went wrong?
im trying to find the appropriate settings for my pdf to avoid such an issue in future.
in overprnit preview its shows everythig perfect.
i had exported it and then printed it,and the settings where:
export to adobe pdf,is there a particular settings for masked images,and png images i should take notice of?
ps:could it be that the png icons are doing this due to that they are imported from psd files maybe?
I'm trying to figure out if you flattened transparency when you exported to PDF, so I need to know what the compatibilty setting was, or the preset, and whether the simulate overprint box was checked. What application was used to view/print the PDF?
no i did not flatten the transparency,i will print tommorow and see what happens.
the capability was acrobat 5 (pdf 1.4)
simulate over print was not checked it was greyed out
and the application to view the pdf was adobe acrobat X pro.
i made a major mistake,after all what im placing into indesign is a psd file and not png.and im still getting a black rectangle around my images.
also another mistake i noticed is the images with the psd layers are in rgb colour space.could this be affecting it from priniting correctly?
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