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What does the /O command in combination with images?

New Here ,
Feb 22, 2008 Feb 22, 2008

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When I use Acrobat 8 to print scanned images to a postscript file an additional images is generated in the postscript file. Dependent on the value (1 or 2) behind the "/O" command this image appears in the pdf after I distilled the postscript with Distiller 8. Does anyone know what this "/O" command does or I can manipulate it with a setting in Acrobat 8?

Thanks in advance.
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Explorer ,
Feb 22, 2008 Feb 22, 2008

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/O isn't a command. It's a normal name. Some procedure somewhere is
called which will (presumably) look for this name and process it. So
you need to read the procedure, rather than look for PostScript
definitions.

Aandi Inston

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Thanks. It turned out to be an encrypted pdf, so I could not find the procedure.

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