Right, Distiller Job Options (now known as "Adobe PDF Settings") is one 
instance where you can set the resolution.

But you also find it in the properties of your Adobe PDF printer driver 
instance. If I may quote the great Dov Isaacs:

"Properties => General (tab) => Printing Preferences ... (button) => 
Layout (tab) => Advanced (button)

    Open trees and make sure that the following are set
    (other options leave at original default settings):

        Graphic => Print Quality => 600dpi

        Why? Gets around known Windows 2000/XP GDI bug associated
        with large point size & high resolution text being converted
        to outlines. Also gets around FrameMaker bug associated with
        higher resolution settings in combination with large page sizes
        (similar bug in other applications as well). Using this setting
        does not restrict the resolution at which the PDF file can
        print and has no known bad effects."

Best regards

Yves Barbion 
Technical Writer
Adobe-Certified FrameMaker Instructor

U&I Learning NV (formerly ATEK NV)
Molenaarsstraat 111 
B-9000 Gent 
Tel.: +32 9 265 74 72 
Fax: +32 9 265 74 84 

Ridder, Fred wrote:

> The most common cause of this behavior is using too
> high a resolution.  Look in the Distiller job options to
> see what resolution you are using. If it is 1200 or higher,
> try using a lower setting or a different set of job options
> that uses a lower resolution.
> My opinions only; I don't speak for Intel.
> Fred Ridder (fred dot ridder at intel dot com)
> Staff Information Services Analyst
> Intel
> Parsippany, NJ
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>     *From:* framers-bounces+fred.ridder=intel.com at lists.frameusers.com
>     [mailto:framers-bounces+fred.ridder=intel.com at lists.frameusers.com]
>     *On Behalf Of *Caroline Tabach
>     *Sent:* Thursday, December 08, 2005 9:43 AM
>     *To:* Framers
>     *Subject:* cut off graphic
>     I have a graphic from a JPEG, that displays well in the FrameMaker
>     file, but is cut off in the PDF file (frame 6, acrobat version 7)
>     (either the bottom or top is missing when I create the PDF)
>     Can anyone guess why, and say how to fix it?
>     Caroline Tabach
>     MarCom RADCOM
>     caroline at radcom.com <mailto:caroline at radcom.com>
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