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Crystal reports XIr2 export to pdf

Crystal reports XIr2 export to pdf

Crystal reports XIr2 export to pdf

(OP)
Hello Members,
I have an issue with loss of the picture quality of an image when exporting the crystal reports (xIr2) to pdf. Is there any solution to resolve this issue ?


Thanks a lot in Advance!!

RE: Crystal reports XIr2 export to pdf

(OP)
To elaborate this issue more clearly:

The image is displayed properly on the Crystal reports application. When ever i display it on XIR2 viewer, there is loss of quality in the image. It happens even when i export the report to pdf. Is there any solution to resolve this issue ? Are there any registry settings that i have to do to display the image on viewer properly ?


Thanks a lot in Advance!!

RE: Crystal reports XIr2 export to pdf

The Image resolution appears to depend on the settings for the default printer.  Make sure it's not a low resolution printer like "Microsoft Imagewriter".

Or see if setting the report to "No Printer".  That appears to improve image resolution in the viewer.

Editor and Publisher of Crystal Clear
www.chelseatech.co.nz/pubs.htm

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