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The pdf file on my webpage has photographs that display with lines. See here: http://screencast.com/t/yBjF6KhvZw

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My webpage has a pdf file that displays with horizontal lines across the photographs. I can view this file correctly in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Other associates of mine have tried with the same results.

My webpage has a pdf file that displays with horizontal lines across the photographs. I can view this file correctly in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Other associates of mine have tried with the same results.

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jscher2000
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Firefox's built-in PDF viewer is not as mature as the Adobe Acrobat plugin. That said, I'm not sure why there would be a problem with an image extracted from a PDF if it was embedded in a format that Firefox supports. Do you see any lines if you open the original source image in Firefox?

Firefox's built-in PDF viewer is not as mature as the Adobe Acrobat plugin. That said, I'm not sure why there would be a problem with an image extracted from a PDF if it was embedded in a format that Firefox supports. Do you see any lines if you open the original source image in Firefox?
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There has been a thread before about a similar issue where the images appeared to be not in one piece, but consisted of several small images and those were displayed with lines between the different parts.

There has been a thread before about a similar issue where the images appeared to be not in one piece, but consisted of several small images and those were displayed with lines between the different parts.

Fragesteller

Thanks for your reply. I'm not sure how to view the original source image in firefox.

Thanks for your reply. I'm not sure how to view the original source image in firefox.
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Hi Billybear, I was thinking that it would still exist in a folder on the computer of the person that created the PDF, or could be extracted from the source document (e.g., MS Word). Then you can drag and drop it onto an open Firefox tab to view it.

Hi Billybear, I was thinking that it would still exist in a folder on the computer of the person that created the PDF, or could be extracted from the source document (e.g., MS Word). Then you can drag and drop it onto an open Firefox tab to view it.

Fragesteller

Wow--I didn't know you could do that! It's still displaying with the lines. See here: http://screencast.com/t/q4UHq1T4r

Wow--I didn't know you could do that! It's still displaying with the lines. See here: http://screencast.com/t/q4UHq1T4r
jscher2000
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Hmm, that still looks like the PDF. Can you track down the JPG part separately, or was it composed in a program that rasterized the photos and the text into a single large image?

Hmm, that still looks like the PDF. Can you track down the JPG part separately, or was it composed in a program that rasterized the photos and the text into a single large image?

Fragesteller

Hi Jscher,

I appreciate you helping me here! I composed it in Microsoft Word and saved it as a pdf. The jpg image is on my computer. BTW: this pdf displays perfectly fine in Google Chrome and IE.

Hi Jscher, I appreciate you helping me here! I composed it in Microsoft Word and saved it as a pdf. The jpg image is on my computer. BTW: this pdf displays perfectly fine in Google Chrome and IE.
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So if you drag that JPG into a Firefox tab, is that the second link you posted or does that look different?

Do you use PDF Maker to create PDFs in Word, or print to PDF using Distiller or another printer driver?

So if you drag that JPG into a Firefox tab, is that the second link you posted or does that look different? Do you use PDF Maker to create PDFs in Word, or print to PDF using Distiller or another printer driver?

Fragesteller

If I drag the jpg itself it displays fine. I used the Word Pdf maker.

If I drag the jpg itself it displays fine. I used the Word Pdf maker.
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The other thread about a similar problem (then one I referred to above):

The other thread about a similar problem (then one I referred to above): *[[/questions/965768]]