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Lines in an image on my PDF

Lines in an image on my PDF

Lines in an image on my PDF

When I export to pdf the images all look fine. When I print the pdf there are vertical lines through one of the 4 tif images. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

The search funtion is down so this may have been answered already.

RE: Lines in an image on my PDF

What makes the one of four TIF images different?  

Is it saved as 16 bit instead of 8 bit?  Is it saved with a different type of compression?  Are there extra channels in it?  Are there layers in it?

RE: Lines in an image on my PDF

The only difference is I'm using an auto-image runaround for this image in the quark file. Other than that the images are all the same. No compression, no channels and no layers.

RE: Lines in an image on my PDF

I saved the image again and now it works. I must have done something wrong the last 3 times.

Thanks for the help.

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