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Snapped to grid in indesign, not so in PDF?

Snapped to grid in indesign, not so in PDF?

Snapped to grid in indesign, not so in PDF?

(OP)
Made an image which is squares of images like a chessboard snapped to a grid in indesign. When I open the PDF and zoom in there is slight miss alignment of one image where it overlaps over its grid square. Going back to indesign and zooming in to the max I cannot see the overlap, re-snapped everything and exported and same again. This also shows when I import the PDF to photoshop, this is very frustrating as someone is waiting for the artwork.  

RE: Snapped to grid in indesign, not so in PDF?

(OP)
Also it was saved as PDF/x 1A 2001 72dpi

RE: Snapped to grid in indesign, not so in PDF?


...are you sure the image fits the frame?

andrew

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RE: Snapped to grid in indesign, not so in PDF?

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yep tried everything zooming right in to check, expanding picture outside frame then snapping back to the edges with high snap settings, gone over it with full zoome to check it again and again but still an overlapping iamge appears in PDF.

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