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PNG Images cut off in PDF export

Community Beginner ,
Feb 13, 2024 Feb 13, 2024

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Screenshot 2024-02-13 at 6.35.17 PM.png

Others have had this problem in the past, and despite searching everywhere and trying previous solutions, I can't figure out why these icons are being cut off on the right side.

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– Logos look fine in the document, content is fit to frame (not cut off)
– This is a single page document (resume)
– Icons are high quality
– These are well within the document bleed.
– I was using an older version (2 versions back of InDesign), upgraded to the newest version, problem still persists.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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Community Beginner , Feb 13, 2024 Feb 13, 2024

@Joel Cherney : I figured out a solution. If I place the logos as illustrator files vs. PNG's, it doesn't clip the end.

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Feb 13, 2024 Feb 13, 2024

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– Icons are high quality

 

I hate to start with a question like this -- you rather seem like the kind of poster that would be both certain and correct about these issues -- but are you really sure? What's the resolution of the .png files? Are the links up to date? Perhaps the source .png files are of high resolution, but that looks like the kind of graphical issue that comes from making a PDF with a missing linked image, where the PDF export process is just working with the low-res preview image.

 

 

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Feb 13, 2024 Feb 13, 2024

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File resolution of icons are 150 ppi, links are embedded. 

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Well, 150ppi sounds fine. Have you tried unembedding the links? Assuming you still have the source PNGs, of course.  Neither logo seems like one that would be hard to find, if you went looking for a fresh file.  I don't know if it's important to you, but I'd want to use the latest branding collateral, and I think that that the circular LinkedIn logo has been retired.

 

But that's my guess; I suspect it's a linked-versus-embedded issue. If the same source PNGs behave the same when linked and not embedded, I'd... maybe I'd just try recreating them in vector art myself, in Illustrator? That's just my personal prejudice against rasterized logos, though. 

 

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@Joel Cherney : I figured out a solution. If I place the logos as illustrator files vs. PNG's, it doesn't clip the end.

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