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  1. The center 3 images of 3 different pages of the Clean Water publication were originally Placed as APhoto files. These files were created in APhoto to show a single page of a PDF publication originally produced and exported in APub. When the APhoto files were placed in this APub doc, they appeared fine on screen, showing each of the 3 different pages. However, when exported as a pdf they all 3 show the same page 1 of the original APub exported PDF instead of their actual unique pages. The attached doc is an exported pdf where those APhoto files were replaced with png exported versions of the files. With a link, I can upload the original APub doc of this document with the linked APhoto files, as well as the original APhoto files that created the problem when placed into this Apub doc. Clean_Water_WW_22-Print.pdf
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