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To: "Aiken, Jason" <jason.aiken@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: PDF Printing issue...
From: Dov Isaacs <isaacs@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 03 Oct 2003 13:30:00 -0700
Fluff feathers?!??!?!?!?!? Birds fluff feathers; bears don't have feathers! - Dov At 10/3/2003 10:52 AM, Aiken, Jason wrote: >Dov, > >You missed a chance to fluff your own feathers! > > >Don, > >With respect to a stable PDF workflow, check out the link below. I'm not sure this relates to your present issue, but you did ask for guidelines. These guidelines are a helpful public service provided by Dov. Apologies if you've seen this one before. > >Dov's presentation on Reliable PDF creation in the enterprise >http://firstname.lastname@example.orgRV2LxS.5451702@.1de6dfe1 > >Best regards, >j-son > >> -----Original Message----- >> From: Dov Isaacs [mailto:isaacs@Adobe.COM] >> Sent: Friday, October 03, 2003 12:04 PM >> To: Donald M Rinderknecht >> Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org >> Subject: Re: PDF Printing issue... >> >> >> If you print to the "Acrobat Distiller" printer instance or >> "save as PDF" >> under Windows 2000 or XP with FrameMaker 7, you shouldn't be >> mucking around >> with any PPDs. That is NOT your problem. Acrobat 6 is >> irrelevant to this. >> You SHOULD download and install the latest updates to FrameMaker. >> >> I am not aware of any problem of the type (pun intended) you mention. >> If after updating your copy of FrameMaker to the latest version you >> can duplicate the problem with a simple document and email >> me, off-list >> of course, the document (and associated content) and >> resultant PDF file, >> I can take a look at it. >> >> - Dov >> >> >> >> At 10/2/2003 10:17 AM, Donald M Rinderknecht wrote: >> >We are having problems printing pages with large sized graphics. The >> >graphics are cropped but the text near them is not. The >> pages print fine >> >when going to a non-PS printer. The image example I have is a tif. >> > >> >We are using Frame 7.0p576, Distiller 5.05, on Windows 2000 Pro. >> > >> >I suspect the problem might be related to the PPD we're >> using, but I'm >> >not sure. Found some clues here: >> >http://www.raycomm.com/techwhirl/archives/9803/techwhirl-9803 >-00600.html >>I searched the Framers list but didn't find anything, really. (Might >>have used the wrong keywords...) >> >>So, I have a few questions.... >>1. I believe I correctly found which ppd is being used... Adist5.ppd >>from the 'xtras' folder. Version info is below... Does this look ok? >>2. How do I go about getting an updated version of the ppd? >>3. Would upgrading to Acrobat 6.0 solve this issue? >>4. Is there any explicit guidance on ensuring our machines are properly >>setup for a stable PDF workflow? >> >>Thanks, >>Don. >> >> From the beginning of the Adist5.ppd on my machine: >>*FormatVersion: "4.3" >>*FileVersion: "1.0" >>*LanguageEncoding: ISOLatin1 >>*LanguageVersion: English >>*PCFileName: "ADIST5.PPD" >>*Manufacturer: "Adobe" >>*Product: "(Acrobat Distiller)" >>*PSVersion: "(3011.104) 0" >>*ModelName: "Acrobat Distiller" >>*ShortNickName: "Acrobat Distiller" >>*NickName: "Acrobat Distiller 3011.104" >>*% PPD for Acrobat Distiller 5, Roman >> >>-- >>Don Rinderknecht -- KD5MVV >>Meteorologist Instructor/Developer ~ Warning Decision Training Branch >>Donald.M.Rinderknecht@noaa.gov ~ http://wdtb.noaa.gov > > >** To unsubscribe, send a message to email@example.com ** >** with "unsubscribe framers" (no quotes) in the body. ** ** To unsubscribe, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org ** ** with "unsubscribe framers" (no quotes) in the body. **