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Compound PDF with poor GIF quality

Compound PDF with poor GIF quality

Compound PDF with poor GIF quality

WF version: 4.36 sp2 AIX

I have a PDF report that is created using the compound function.  The reports change in orientation from portrait to landscape back to portrait.  One report is a graph that was held as a GIF file and included within another report page.  The issue is the image is of ver poor quality when printed.  After much testing, I have found that the first page of the report oreintation will cause all pages of that orientation to be okay, while all other pages' images are of poor quality when printed.  I have created a BLANK page to print in the graph pages orientation, but I feel this is not acceptable.  Also, each page contains a logo in the header (GIF) - same thing.  Any ideas????  BTW - this also occurs on the saved PDF file as well.  also, if a single page is printed, it prints ok.  Only when the first page orientation is not the same.  Sorry this is so long - but this is strange.

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