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• From the Vertical pop-up menu, choose an option for placing the file vertically with respect to the image. In the Pixels text box, enter the number of pixels to offset the placed image vertically.

Note: To enter a negative number (and offset the placed file to the left or below the image), type a hyphen (-) before the number.

4 Click OK.

5 If you are placing a PDF file that contains multiple pages, select the page you want to place, and click OK.

6 If you are placing a PDF or EPS file, select Rasterize options, and click OK:

• Enter Width and Height values for Image Size.

• Select Anti-aliased to minimize the jagged appearance of the artwork's edges as it is rasterized.

• Select Constrain Proportions to maintain the same height-to-width ratio.

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