Again we are hoist upon Microsofts petard. Microsoft has NEVER been able 
to print CMYK. Only Linux and the Mac platform have handled it well.

Scott

On 12/9/09 9:33 AM, Jacob Sch?ffer wrote:
> Unfortunately the "Save As PDF" function in FM9 has some problems with the
> font handling engine. Sometimes this function substitutes fonts that
> actually are available on the system, and sometimes other weird things
> happen.
>
> Also unfortunately, this is the only way to preserve CMYK colours in placed
> TIFF images, since *printing* to PDF does NOT work this way. Printing to PDF
> does not cause the same font problems, however, and since you want "Convert
> CMYK Colors to RGB" turned on you might print to PDF instead.
>
> Printing is *much* faster than "Save As PDF" (which is hopelessly slow).
>
> Btw, the "Save As PDF" function implements PostScript more or less as of the
> FrameMaker Unix version, but printing to PDF uses Windows GDI for the same.
> So, there IS a huge difference between the two "to PDF" routes (this is new
> in FM9).
>
> Best regards / Med venlig hilsen
> Jacob Sch?ffer  |  Chief Developer
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