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Old October 23rd, 2009, 10:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.access
Proposal Doctor[_2_]
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Default Graphics to PDF

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David
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Old October 23rd, 2009, 11:24 PM posted to microsoft.public.access
Arvin Meyer [MVP][_2_]
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Default Graphics to PDF


"Proposal Doctor" wrote in
message ...
I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I
have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report,
which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.


Vector files do not leave jagged edges. Try using a WMF format

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"


An image is any image, a logo is an image that's a symbol for a corporate
entity.
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Arvin Meyer, MCP, MVP
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Old October 24th, 2009, 12:34 AM posted to microsoft.public.access
jeramie francis
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Default Graphics to PDF

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"Proposal Doctor" wrote:

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David

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Old October 24th, 2009, 12:51 AM posted to microsoft.public.access
jeramie francis[_2_]
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Default Graphics to PDF



"jeramie francis" wrote:

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"Proposal Doctor" wrote:

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David

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Old October 24th, 2009, 01:18 AM posted to microsoft.public.access
jeramie francis[_2_]
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Default Graphics to PDF



"jeramie francis" wrote:



"jeramie francis" wrote:

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"Proposal Doctor" wrote:

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David

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Old October 24th, 2009, 01:27 AM posted to microsoft.public.access
jeramie francis[_2_]
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Default Graphics to PDF

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"jeramie francis" wrote:



"jeramie francis" wrote:



"jeramie francis" wrote:

that woman lie a fat guy delete y her set v mail not 1 time her bad

jeramie francis good i am boy i am that a tobo

"Proposal Doctor" wrote:

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David

  #7  
Old October 24th, 2009, 02:18 AM posted to microsoft.public.access
jeramie francis[_2_]
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Posts: 30
Default Graphics to PDF



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"Proposal Doctor" wrote:

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David

  #8  
Old November 23rd, 2009, 09:18 PM posted to microsoft.public.access
jeramie francis[_2_]
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Posts: 30
Default Graphics to PDF






"Proposal Doctor" wrote:

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David

  #9  
Old November 23rd, 2009, 09:19 PM posted to microsoft.public.access
jeramie francis[_2_]
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Posts: 30
Default Graphics to PDF





"jeramie francis" wrote:



"Proposal Doctor" wrote:

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David

  #10  
Old November 23rd, 2009, 09:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.access
jeramie francis[_2_]
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Posts: 30
Default Graphics to PDF



"jeramie francis" wrote:












"Proposal Doctor" wrote:

I am interested in knowing which graphics format works best in Access 2007
when the destination is PDF. I have tried gif, jpeg, and tiff. And I have
tried copying a graphic directly from PowerPoint into an Access Report, which
works best.

Does anyone have a better solution? My problem is with an oval. It is
jagged. Text looks great.

Also, what is the difference between using "Image" and using "Logo?"

Thanks.

David

 




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