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Word -> PS file -> Acrobat -> Printer = fuzzy

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by MillMaster, Jan 19, 2006.

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  1. MillMaster

    MillMaster Thread Starter

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    Here is the problem that I dont know where to start fixing..
    Step 1, is I print a file in word, using post-script using the "print to file" option.
    Step 2 is I take that file into acrobat distiller, and convert it to a PDF.
    Step 3 is, using acrobat, I print that PDF file to a cannon imagerunner.

    The problem with happened randomly, but it basically looks like the text is "fuzzy" or to fat. I can print off a few pages and nothing seems to go wrong, and then turn around and tell it to print a few more pages and the problem comes back. Has anyone seen anything like this??
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    Why are you using the post-script step? Microsoft is more or less a non-post-script type company. :)

    Is there some reason you can't File-->Print and choose PDF Writer directly from Word?
     
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