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  1. When I export a 16bit image that has neither been downsampled or cropped by Publisher, the PDF correctly includes a 16bit image. However, if the image has been downsampled or cropped by Publisher, the PDF shows an 8bit image. Although there are not many use cases for 16bit images in PDFs, I assume that it will lead to possible confusion and errors if 16bit and 8bit images get unintentionally mixed in the same PDF, just depending on whether they were cropped in Publisher or not. Many thanks, Daniel
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