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Old 03-19-2007, 02:51 PM   #8
don Arnoldy
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Can you tell me how Photoshop PDF differs from tiff?
I can, but then I'd hafta kill ya! <G>

The difference is in how the digital information is written to the file. A Photoshop PDF is more like a Compressed EPS file--it can include both raster and vector data. TIFFs can only include raster data.

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