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On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 8:53 AM, Fernand Vanrie <> wrote:

Sometimes, the  PDF converter make a "picture" at 96 dpi off the parts off
the doc ( a frame, table or even the complete document) who contains
elements who can not been converted to PDF. Transparency is the most likely
cause for this . Then your text is in pixels at 96 dpi  and looks crispy.

Transparency is only a problem when you use the restricted PDF-A1
format, "regular" PDF supports transparency.

So if the picture quality export setting & using regular PDF-export
doesn't solve the problem, then file a bug and attach a sample
document with the image and a PDF produced by OOo and one by LO for


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