I'm experiencing big issues when exporting to pdf from cdr 2019. The results are awful with dreadful pixelation
The pdf settings are identical to those I used in the 2018 version
I tried exporting on the default settings as well,- Acrobat DC and the higher downsampling values for Color (400) Grayscal (400) and Monochrome (1200) but the results were just as bad.
Can you post a link to down load the 2019 car file and the resulting PDF file plea.
Thanks for replying David . The screenshot is from a 40 page document - far too big to send. I've extracted a single page and exported that page to PDf (with the same outcome). How do I get them (the Cdr file and PDF) to you? Is there an email address?
If it's something that you are willing to share on the forum, then you can post a (not too big) CorelDRAW document right here on the forum - but you would need to wrap it in a .ZIP file, or change the file extension to .ZIP, or something else like that to get around that fact that the forum software doesn't allow .CDR files to be uploaded.
Another option is to put the file somewhere on-line (e.g., Google Drive) and share a link. That takes away any file size issues, and you can decide at any time in the future whether you wish to remove the file from wherever you have stored it.
Check Object tab on PDF settings - compression type JPEG, JPEG quality 255 (low quality), try to use compression type ZIP.
I think that Corel has made some mistake on the Objects page of PDF Settings.
For JPEG Quality, they have reversed the "Low" and "High" labels, compared to what they were in 2018.
That makes is look as though a value of 255 gives the highest quality - which is the opposite of how it works!