9 Replies Latest reply on Jan 22, 2015 4:23 AM by Willi Adelberger

    I created a PDF file from InDesign and the printing company wants me to convert to curves...

    jbrider

      ... I don't have Illustrator, so I don't see how I can convert the file to curves and I really don't understand why I should have to. The file prints fine from my printer and when they proofed in on their printer there were no errors. So, why would they want me change it to an Illustrator file and convert to curves? This seems like the technology is going backwards instead of forward to me. Does anybody have any answers besides telling me to buy Illustrator (or subscribe to it) or telling me to recreate the document (which I don't have time to do? Thanks.
      JB