Re: high quality PDF-s
the resolution on the general tab is functionally meaningless.
According to Adobe, any value entered here would be used ONLY if a
subsequent postscript application (rip, etc) should ask for the file's
"resolution" and you are extemely unlikely to encounter any that does (
the Adobe guy couldn't think of any that did). So you can ignore this
resolution on the images tab...that affects the data. You should choose
the opne that is correct for the end use of the file.
In <dalm73$l1i$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> klookg wrote:
> I'm making PDF-s from my software (FINALE) by printing with adobe PDF
> printer, so I want high quality files so I choose Press quality job on
> 2400dpi, but if I put max dpi (4000) I will get better quality and
> bigger file. Am I right?
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