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1. Be sure you don't use any transparency or cutout on the photos.
2. Check the Adobe PDF printer settings; try increasing the quality
3. Be aware that PowerPoint is designed for making screen
presentations, and is not great for making paper designs. Consider
using Word or Publisher.
> But when I convert the document to a PDF with Primo (to view in adobe acrobat), everything else works fine, but all the images go really fuzzy, like a terribly poor quality photo.
Why did you convert your document with Primo? Use Adobe Acrobat.
Thanks Aandi, I'll try it in word and see what happens.
Bernd - I thought Primo was the thing I used for adobe acrobat (I am a novice) - when I click file, print, I don't have an icon for adobe acrobat, and I seem to remember that 'primo' appeared after I installed adobe acrobat?
Is there some way to get a print icon for adobe acrobat? Would that stop my images going fuzzy?
Thanks for your reply :)
Ok, I stuck the whole lot in MS Word, and converted it again, and the photos have still gone fuzzy :(
exactly the same as they were before.
I'm thinking it must be some setting in Adobe, but I have no idea what :(
Bernd, I've tried using distillor, but it comes up with an error message each time?
Maybe thats why I've been using Primo............
How do I get acrobat distillor to work?
>I'm thinking it must be some setting in Adobe, but I have no idea what :(
Well... what are you converting with? You are posting in the Adobe
Reader forum, but Adobe Reader doesn't do that. Do you have Acrobat
I'm not sure if it's professional or not, but it is adobe acrobat 5.0
I thought Primo came with adobe, but now I don't think it does. But acrobat distiller does not work, it just says straight away that it failed to print
If I click 'find printer' it says the directory service is unavailable.
>I'm not sure if it's professional or not, but it is adobe acrobat 5.0
Ah, Ok. This predates Acrobat Professional, but is much the same.
I recommend you post in the Acrobat Windows forum to reach the people
using Acrobat, rather than the free Reader.
Be sure to say whether you are using the Acrobat PDFWriter driver or
the Acrobat Distiller driver (the former is not used for quality
Thanks Aandi :)
now, I just have to find that section lol