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Old 06-03-2008, 05:02 PM   #1
Ashlie
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Default Quark to PDF issues

I need to save a flyer that was created in Quark to a PDF for the printer (press). I am having a problem that I can't seem to solve and it's driving me insane!!! The Quark file appears to be fine (printed from my desktop printer) but when I export it as a PDF it shifts the images inside the frame leaving a small gap at the top and the right side of two out of three images where the background color shows through. I cannot figure out why. No matter what I try to adjust in Quark, I keep having the same problem. Both of the images are larger than the actual frame so I just don't get it. Something must be going wrong in the conversion process. After checking multiple settings, I can't seem to find one that would adjust the images in this way. The file was originally created years ago in Quark 6, I believe. I have Quark 7. I am working on a PC and I have Windows XP. Any ideas???

   
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