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The pdf file I created looks great on Preview or Quicklook, but when I open it with Acrobat Pro, fonts and lines look broken, sharp and jagged. As I zoom in, like %400, everything gets better. However, when I click fit width, it gets jagged again.

It is a 5 page document and all pages are single rasterized images. I exported every page as .pdf from Photoshop, then used Preview to combine them. But even without combining, pages still look bad. BTW I have default rendering settings in acrobat, all ticked, tried various combinations but it didn't solve the problem.

he pdf file has a suprisingly low resolution of 345 x 216, but as I said, it looks great on Preview. I am concerned because people I send the file use PC's and Adobe Acrobat.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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