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custom .joboptions for PDF output ?

Monique Semp
Hello, Doxygen users,
 
Although my previous message concerned creating higher-res EPS files, I actually don’t think that that’s the problem/cause of the blurry images in the final PDF. Instead, I believe that what I need to do is use a custom PDF .joboptions file, or otherwise customize the settings, that MiKTeX/TeXworks uses to produce the PDF.
 
(I say this because the final PDF looks the same regardless of whether the EPS image is 100 KB, 860 KB, or even 1553 KB—this last size was the result of using maximum image quality .joboptions when I print the Visio image to PDF, and then use Illustrator to save the image PDF as an EPS file.)
 
I’ve started down the path of figuring out how to change the distiller settings that MiKTeX uses to create the PDF, and think perhaps the key is either of the following files:
* \ProgramFiles\MiKTeX 2.9\tex\latex\distiller.cfg
* \ProgramFiles\MiKTex 2.9\pdftex\config\pdftex.cfg
 
Has anyone already customized their LaTeX->PDF distiller settings? If so, how did you do it?
 
Thanks,
-Monique

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