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Old 12-22-2006, 02:48 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Alfa View Post
I have a normally appearing pdf that I produced using LaTex (and Ghostscript). With Acrobat Professional, I am trying to save the file as JPEGs and when I do, ~5% of the pages turn black. Here are examples:

Bizarre output:

Normal example:
I do not know, but the “Bizarre output” jpg does not show on my screen — the forum software says it cannot be shown because it contains errors.

What you describe rings a faint bell with me, though I am not sure of the context. Others here may be smarter (or have better memories), so let’s hope someone pops up.

But tell us which version of Acrobat Pro you are using — 7, 8, or some other.

And happy holidays to you. (The good page is very pretty.)

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