Convert Excel to PDF - Images low quality

Explorer ,
Aug 03, 2022 Aug 03, 2022

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Hi,

I'm converting an Excel file to PDF and some of the images are corrupted and with lower quality. Is there any option or checkbox that I should change to fix this?

Thank you!

BR,

Elisabete   

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Explorer , Aug 04, 2022 Aug 04, 2022

Dear Amal, 

Thank you for your quick reply. Regarding the fisrt part of your post, I just choose the option print and select "Adobe PDF" to create the PDF file.  I checked the preferences and already were like you present above. After that I realised that the corrupted pictures in the PDF were in cells that had no background in EXCEL. I tried to fill with the white color all the cells behind the images and created the PDF again. This solution worked just fine! The pictures have no spots and lines

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Adobe Employee ,
Aug 03, 2022 Aug 03, 2022

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Hi Elisabete 

 

Hope you are doing well and sorry for the trouble.

 

What are the workflow/steps you are doing to create PDF from an Excel file? A small video recording of the same would be very helpful.

 

Also, try to create the PDF from Excel via Acrobat ribbon in the toolbar and go to Preferences and follow the steps shown in the screenshot below:

 

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Regards

Amal

 

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Dear Amal, 

Thank you for your quick reply. Regarding the fisrt part of your post, I just choose the option print and select "Adobe PDF" to create the PDF file.  I checked the preferences and already were like you present above. After that I realised that the corrupted pictures in the PDF were in cells that had no background in EXCEL. I tried to fill with the white color all the cells behind the images and created the PDF again. This solution worked just fine! The pictures have no spots and lines arround anymore. Thank you!

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