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vector grafics to PDF

vector grafics to PDF

vector grafics to PDF

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I am having trouble with a logo on a product layout page that I have exported as a PDF.  The logo was created in Illustrator and I placed it into InDesign as an .ai file. (i love how indesign allows you to do this, no .eps, etc.) I am printing to our in-house postscript printer. When I print directly from InDesign it looks great. But when I export to Acrobat and then print, the logo appears slightly rasterized, not terrible, but not nearly the quality an InDesign print.  Our printer needs a PDF, what should I do?  Thanks for your help!

RE: vector grafics to PDF

Which version of the PDF are you using? (I'm just trying to make sure of all information before offering advice.) Make sure you select either the print or press version of the PDF Export, it should give you a perfect PDF.

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