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Old 10-10-2012, 08:07 AM   #9
Steve Rindsberg
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<< So...its got to be Publisher doing something funky

Sure. Publisher doesn't really understand PDF. It comes in as an "object", so all you really get is a picture of the PDF, not an interpreted/editable vector version. There are ways to get higher quality images out of the PDF, but working with a program that really *understands* them is best.

   
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