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Topic: Best way to flatten a pdf ? (Read 52875 times) previous topic - next topic

Re: Best way to flatten a pdf ?

Reply #30
MSPaint would be better. And then maybe Publisher to get a good PDF to send to the customer.
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Re: Best way to flatten a pdf ?

Reply #31
Damn...I knew I was forgetting something!
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Re: Best way to flatten a pdf ?

Reply #32
Come on Joe, keep up with technology!

 

Re: Best way to flatten a pdf ?

Reply #33
I would have taken the PDF out to the cutter and smashed it flat with the clamp. While you were out there you could also cut it down to size so the customer can see what the finished PDF will look like...