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Exporting .MXD to Image file format

Question asked by Spencir on Jun 1, 2015
Latest reply on Jun 2, 2015 by cdspatial

I am trying to export a mxd file to a pdf or any other image format.  The map has some gradient fills, Euclidean buffer rasters, transparencies, etc.  The .mxd file is about 4.75 mbs.  I am having issues exporting the map to a dpi higher than 200 and this even takes a couple hours to complete.  When I try to export at 250 or 300 dpi, ArcMap eventually crashes and I am left with a mxd that I can't export at a reasonable image quality cannont and create a electronic copy that is easily accessible for those without GIS.


Any suggestions?