The attached PDF was created from Word 2010 (docx.). All of the photos were taken by the same camera, same settings, etc., JPG’s about 150-400 kb. The only photos affected were on pages 6 and 7. I have used this process hundreds of times; this is the first time I encountered this problem.
In the Word doc, the photos were inserted into a drawing canvas. I later tried reworking the Word doc by removing the two photos from the canvas and re-inserting them; this had no effect on the two bad pix in the redone PDF.
I did find a work-around by deleting the photos, opening them in Adobe Elements, saving them as JPG’s, then re-inserting them into the Word doc. After converting this version to PDF, the two pictures look normal. I have no idea why this worked.
Thanks for your help.
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