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You could use [High Quality Print] pdfexportpreset to generate a good quality pdf. You can play around with different pdf export presets present in Indesign to see which one outputs the result that suits your requirement, or create a new preset.
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Thanks. I've created a preset based off of the built in Press Quality preset that seems to be very high quality - and my text looks very crisp! thanks!
My solution to this was to use the Press Quality preset. This made the text appear much more crisp!
Something is wrong there...
You must have flattening there.
If that's the case, you have two options:
1) You can export to PDF/X-4 which preserves transparency (advisable).
2) You can specifiy a high quality transparency flattener setting.