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Losing graph-details in PDF view

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Sep 16, 2020

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Hi,

I'm creating graph for work in a statistical program and exporting them in PDF. From there I generally rework them in Illustrator or InDesign.

 

However, when I view the PDF (default zoom is 115% for me) the details of the graphs get 'blurred', especially on a pc. I have to set the zoom to 250% to see individual bars. On my iPad I don't have this issue.

 

Is there a way to avoid this blurring? My target audience will not have the patience to zoom or even to read the instructions. The way the report is viewed (digitally) need to be spot on right away. Sharp and with the indivuals bars.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

 

 

 

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Losing graph-details in PDF view

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Hi,

I'm creating graph for work in a statistical program and exporting them in PDF. From there I generally rework them in Illustrator or InDesign.

 

However, when I view the PDF (default zoom is 115% for me) the details of the graphs get 'blurred', especially on a pc. I have to set the zoom to 250% to see individual bars. On my iPad I don't have this issue.

 

Is there a way to avoid this blurring? My target audience will not have the patience to zoom or even to read the instructions. The way the report is viewed (digitally) need to be spot on right away. Sharp and with the indivuals bars.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

 

 

 

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Honestly, none of this has anything to do with InDesign. You can't re-work a PDF in InDesign without knowing how this was created and what you did there's no way to help.

You might want to try the Acrobat forum but be prepared to provide more detail than you did here.

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Do more space between "towers" or do towers by different colors. You can't say to every your customer with Acrobat to disable smoothing in the settings. You can't check every non-Adobe pdf-reader too. 

 

Your cap obvious.

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