I am trying to meet the requirements of my book publisher who wants a PDF document in which all imbedded photos appear in grayscale color mode and in JPEG format. When I convert my MS Word document to PDF using Acrobat 8 Professional, its formerly grayscale, JPEG imbedded photos show in "Preflight" to be "Black." (I assume Word arbitrarily makes this change when I insert the grayscale photos into my document.) I would like to use Acrobat's Preflight "fixup" to "Convert to grayscale" all my photos in the document. My question is: In addition to converting the photos to grayscale, does this change adversely affect the text (fonts) by making its lines lighter or less black, or will the change leave the text looking just as it looked before this conversion?
Thanks for answering my stupid question.
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