What settings are you using during export? Is there transparency involved on the page?
Thanks, Peter! No, there is no transparency on the page. It's a pretty simple page. There's a box with a logo in it. When you zoom way in, the logo look great (in the pdf). But at normal viewing, it appears a little fuzzy. I think that's just how it works when viewing pdfs online at a small percentage (i.e., 85% or whatever it would be to see the whole thing on screen). But my client wants it to look crisp and clean. I would assume using an eps file or ai file would be the best way to save the logo. But then I wasn't sure what actually happened when I export it.
The page has to be 8.5x11 because it isn't only viewed online... it's printed as well.
I tried several export settings... for both web and print. They all did the same thing. I made sure it wasn't downsizing the images or resampling them when I export.
If they look good zoomed in they're still vectors. What you are running into is probably a problem with screen resolution and the weights of the stokes in the logo. Your screen can only light full pixels, so if detail becomes smaller than a single pixel it can get lost, and sloping lines will tend to look jaggy.