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Old 06-05-2008, 07:53 AM   #4
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Hi Ashlie

If you have successfully imported one of the pictures and it's working fine, it could be that there is something wrong with image file of the other picture.

Open up the second picture in Photoshop (or whatever graphic app you have), crop all white space from image and save it down as a different name and import that graphic.

With these type of problems, unfortunately you find that you end up chasing the most trivial of things just to make sure that everything is right.

On the subject of postscript. If you want to print (save) to postscript you must have a postscript printer driver loaded (you don't have to have a printer attached). You do everything as if you are going to print to a device then find the button that says "save file", name the file and press Save. You then end up with a .ps file which can either be distiller through Acrobat distiller which converts the file into a pdf (you have more control this way). If it's a single page you can open the .ps file up in illustrator and save the file to pdf.

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