Thanks! I have not checked the actual PDF output yet, so I will verify that it 
looks okay when outputted there ...

(Whine: sorta makes the concept of WYSIWYG a bit less nice - the quality of the 
image on the screen is cringe-worthy).


Robert Lauriston said:
> FrameMaker doesn't render EPS on screen, it just blows up the thumbnail 
> bitmap, if there is one. If there's not, you see a gray box.
> Size the box to the appropriate dimensions, save as PDF, and it should look 
> fine.

> Or are you saying it's bad in the PDF?

On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 12:36 PM, Syed Zaeem Hosain
( <> wrote:
> I am trying to import a graphic - with only four colors in it - (it is 
> in EPS format) and am having some bizarre difficulties. When I view 
> the EPS file on my Windows system using PS_view, it looks perfectly 
> fine - even when zoomed in.
> However, for some reason, the file comes into FrameMaker in a tiny 103 
> x 50 resolution (I didn't see any option to rasterize it at a larger 
> resolution or dpi?) and the result when zoomed up a bit, is horrible. 
> The rasterized resampling of the few colors in the graphic results in 
> an unusably bad quality image.


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