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Adobe Colour Settings

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Wondering if anyone knows if there is some setting in Adobe Acrobat 6.0
that controls colour settings? With an older version of Acrobat I used
to use with Access 97, I had no problem with graphs being printed from a
form coming out in the pdf document in the colours displayed on the on
screen form. Now with Acrobat 6.0 and Access 2003, the pdf is always
black and white.

I've tried changing my default printer (all the printers I have set up
are network printers in my office) to the colour printer and I still get
black and white. I figure there must be a switch of some sort somewhere.

TIA
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Oct 18 '06 #1
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