How am I best using my PDF Artwork Files?

  DalHug 15:34 21 Oct 14
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Hi,a pologies if this is the wrong place to post this question. Here it goes.

I have had some artwork done in the forms of a letterhead, drop cap and ornate signature. I planned to use this in a letter I was going to write in word 2003 or Open Office. The problem I have is that they are pdf files and when I converted them for use with word the quality was reduced. I also have the original vector eps files.

I either need to find a way to convert the pdf files for use with word/open office without a reduction is quality or a pdf friendly programme that allows me to write my letter and use the files directly ( can't afford adobe and have tried AbelWord which didn't work out ).

Thanks for any help you can throw my way.

  hastelloy 16:36 21 Oct 14

I would set up a Word template with appropriate margins so that I could print out the letterhead and then overprint from Word.

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