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Adobe acrobat 7.0 pro pdf files create mini images

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Hi, if anyone can help I'd be very grateful!!! I'm running mac OS10 version 10.4.11 - I have CS2 and am having a recent problem with acrobat 7.0 pro
Each time I try to create a pdf, from file or multiple files, the jpg file I use is always from a photoshop source (also part of the CS2 suite) the end result presents a minature image,
like teeny stamps lost on the page....I don't know how to remedy this?
Any advice? Thanks a million!
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