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Chapter 6. Managing a Print Job > Method 1: Using Acrobat’s Preflight Tool

Method 1: Using Acrobat’s Preflight Tool

Dinah thinks she can convert the document to PDF from within Word and then check it using Acrobat’s Preflight tool. She reads through the ad first, looking for errors, and notices that Uncle Bob hasn’t broken his habit of liberally sprinkling exclamation points throughout all his ads. “How can you expect your customers to get excited about buying our furniture if we don’t look excited, too?” seems to be his motto. Well, she can’t tell him how to write his ad but she can make it ready for printing. Let’s see how she does this using the first method mentioned in the previous section: choosing the Press Quality setting when converting the Word document using the PDF Maker.

Converting the Source Document

Dinah first decides to change the conversion settings, remembering she’d noticed some press print conversion options listed in the Acrobat PDFMaker dialog. In general, if you choose the right settings for the right job, you will be successful. In this case, you’ll see how terribly wrong things can go if you choose the wrong settings.


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