I have embedded a pdf file into my website and when printing the document the print quality is very poor. When I print the document from my computer files it is perfect. I scanned the document and saved it as a .pdf them embedded the file into my website. I have the pro version and hope someone can help me out.
Did you check the sizes of the files you have saved locally, and the size of the files you get after publishing ? That should tell if there is some additional compression applied to the embedded doc. jpegs usually get compressed by a lot of hosts.
Thank you so much for your reply Raju. I’m a new user – not the most tech savvy person out there – sorry.The file is a .pdf format and on my computer it is 685kb. I don’t know how to check the size of the file on the weebly site.
There is not much control on scribd document embed through weebly. If you need to make it available for print, try one of the following options:
Use the “File” element in Multimedia. Your visitors can download the file and print.
Upload your file through “Add New File” in Edit HTML/CSS. Then link to the file. The pdf file should automatically open in the browser. Drawback with this method is that your file will not be available if you switch to a different theme.
enter link description herepdf files are very helpful to use and have a great look, I have tried the following:
in the conversion options changing the DPI to: 300, 600, 1200, 2000, 4000, with no positive effects.
tried turning off automatic image compression algorithms in the adobe write options for both color and monochrome images.
i just don’t get it, some documents work ok, most of the time images are a disaster. images are always at least 72 DPI, sometimes 300 or more, but either way (72 or 300) they are still worthless after being converted.
try it and till me if it works with you because it was an absolute trouble for me