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    Default Printing Inventor 2008 to Adobe 8 Professional

    When I print Inventor 2008 to Adobe 8 Professional I am getting a "zebra striped" pattern on all the parts in my Inventor dwg that are shaded. All the non-shaded parts print fine, it's only the shaded parts that are giving me fits. Any ideas to a fix for this? Thanks, Bubba

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    Default Re: Printing Inventor 2008 to Adobe 8 Professional

    I too have had this problem and unfortunately I have no good solution for you. I have found that if I just reprint it to the PDF at different quality settings the stripes will SOMETIMES go away. I too am looking forward to see if there is a better solution.

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    Default Re: Printing Inventor 2008 to Adobe 8 Professional

    I get good results using PDF995 from Software995. I recently received Adobe 8 Professional, but I struggled getting the fonts and shading to print correctly. I am sure that Adobe is a more powerful program, but rather than working to learn how to use it, I went back to the tool I knew.

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