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Best settings for Adobe PDFs into Constant Contact

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Best settings for Adobe PDFs into Constant Contact

I'm a newly transitioning from traditional print to web services. Are there recommended settings when saving PDF's from Adobe applications? My PDFs exceed CC's meg limitations, and when I optimize them, they don't print correctly. Looking for any place to start from someone who's been there.

Thanks!

Patti

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Re: Best settings for Adobe PDFs into Constant Contact


Hi @TerryA678

 

Thanks for joining us in the Community. We certainly understand why it would be helpful to have the most compatible settings when coming over from Adobe. Since you did mentioned those PDFs are exceeding the limitations, your best bet is to convert these PDFs into image files. In addition, the best setting to be compatible with Constant Contact is PDF/A‑1b: 2005 (CMYK and RGB ). If you are able to change the DPI/resolution, please click here to find exact parameters for best use within the software.

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Re: Best settings for Adobe PDFs into Constant Contact

I'll give it a try - thank you!

 

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Re: Best settings for Adobe PDFs into Constant Contact

Hi @TerryA678

 

You're very welcome! Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist with in your account.


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