cday wrote:...Or you need to put the screenshot into Word to [do something] and then output the resulting Word page as a PDF?
XnTriq wrote:What's your version of Word, Peter? Which PDF printer are you using? Are the PDFs intended for screen display or print?
Peter2 wrote:- Word 2010
- PDF-XChange Pro
- Main purpose: Production of good-quality-training-handbooks
Office.com (Turn off picture compression) wrote:To keep the maximum picture quality, you can turn off compression for all pictures in a file. However, turning off compression can cause very large file sizes without an upper limit on the size of the file.
- Click the File tab.
- Under Help, click Options, and then click Advanced.
- Next to Image Size and Quality, click the file that you want to turn off picture compression for.
- Under Image Size and Quality, select the Do not compress images in file check box.
Note This setting applies only to pictures in the current file or the file selected in the list next to Image Size and Quality.
To compress a picture or set other picture quality or resolution options, see Reduce the file size of a picture.
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