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Old 03-19-2007, 01:13 PM   #7
Linda Baldwin
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Originally Posted by don Arnoldy View Post
Okay, let's make this simple---

1. Use "Image Size" in Photoshop to size the image to 5.5" X 4.125"
2. In the Save dialog, choose "Photoshop PDF" for the format, SAVE.
3. Send Resulting file to printer.

That's it. No need to use Acrobat. The printer will place the PDF on the page. I don't know why he couldn't have just used a TIFF, but "rules are rules" dioncha know!

Aha!!! That never occurred to me because I didn't know there was that option in PS. I'll do that right now. Can you tell me how Photoshop PDF differs from tiff?

Thanks a BUNCH!
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