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> Print To Pdf Not So Good
DroopyPawn
Posted: Aug 18 2007, 11:23 AM




I just created a test with an item that has a parallelogram with a little text. When I printed it to PDF (I have Adobe Acrobat 8 Pro installed) everything looked as expected - except for the question with the drawing. The graphic was very poor quality in the PDF file. I'm using ExamView Pro version 5. Has anything been done about this in the newer version? Is there something I can do differently in this version? I can send you the file and the PDF if you need to see it.
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Support QA
Posted: Aug 20 2007, 09:17 AM




Does the image print poorly on your printer, or only in Acrobat? I believe you can change the settings for graphic quality in Acrobat.

Nothing has changed in ExamView 6 that would have any impact on this.
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dhstraayer
Posted: Oct 5 2007, 04:00 PM




I have found poor quality both with and without pdf, trying to print Cartesian grids.

Perhaps they will print better if I make them bigger. Advice?

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Support DC
Posted: Jan 15 2008, 05:02 PM




Acrobat includes preferences for setting the image quality. By default, images are downsampled and converted to medium quality JPG images for inclusion in PDFs. I would suggest adjusting these settings until you reach an acceptable combination of image quality/PDF file size. Using larger images with larger font sizes will also increase the readability of the image.
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