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In this portion of the lesson, you'll look at the Adobe PDF conversion settings (or presets) that allow you to create an Adobe PDF file that best balances quality and size for your needs. For example, a PDF file created for high-quality commercial printing requires different conversion settings than a PDF file intended only for onscreen viewing and quick downloading over the Internet.
The Adobe PDF settings or presets—the settings that control the conversion of files to Adobe PDF—can be accessed and set from a number of different places. You can access the Adobe PDF settings from Distiller, from the Adobe PDF printer, from the Adobe PDF menu in Microsoft Office applications (Windows), and from the Print dialog box in many authoring applications. Regardless of where you access the settings from, the Adobe PDF Settings dialog box and the options it contains are the same. To access the Adobe PDF Settings dialog box, do one of the following:
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