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Old 10-28-2011, 09:34 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by marieseltenrych View Post
Hi,

I have just uploaded my title in RTF format to Calibre. It seems fine, except that the images now appear greenish instead of RGB normal. What went wrong?
I also uploaded the document in PDF format and the images jumped from their places. What can be done?
I am trying to get my title into an epub format for uploading and I just can't do it. Help!
PDF is the worst format to convert from (see the PDF conversion sticky over at Calibre forum)
PDF is a Page layout format. Paste down basic text, now paste down special Text/rules, now paste down images.

These can be anywhere on a Page. and anywhere in the source file . Because the printer gets the full rastered page, it does not matter the order laid down.
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