I tried it doesn't work.
I was hoping it was a setting with the splines. It's very frustrating.
I have done operators manuals and have used a few different save methods......
1. Saved as a jpg - but ..... changed the options to a much higher dpi - depending on the dpi setting it can take a long time to save
2. Saved as a tif ......... that seemed to work ok
3. The best is to save it as an .ai extension (which is Adobe)
I'm basically doing the same. Design Patents that need to be supplied as PDF's.
Everything else comes out perfect except for the splines.
I've tried all suggestions and they all come out the same.
I know it's a bugger - I did for get to mention that you can draw a circle and make it coincident to three points in the spline and then go and make the existing spline color the same as your drawing background. Not fun if you have a lot, but ok if you only have a few corners to do.
The only other thing that just came to me is ........
You can save it as a dxf and go from there, I am thinking that you need to do is save it as a dxf and then open up Draftsight and do a screen shot from there, long way outa round....
Did you try the snipping tool ?
Charles - I just did a spline and it came out great
Are you working from a drawing to save the pictures, the other thing is are you using Microsoft Publisher to design your document and then saving as a pdf..
I the drawing do a save as jpg and look for the options button - change it to 1400 dpi and see the quality
Everything is done in SolidWorks.
I've been using work arounds and I'm trying to avoid them going forward.
They take to long.
I'll figure it out. I'm checking my settings versus other users/computers here to check for differences.
Next step is to call my var. Hell that's what we are paying them for.
Thanks for you help.