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I do not see any references to "pdf pro" in the Publisher Help. Can you quote what you found, or find it in the online Help and provide a pointer?

If I search the Help for "pdf pro" (without the quotes) I get a hit on Publishing PDF Files, which talks about Pro Printing (i.e., printing done by a professional), which says:

  • For Pro print—PDF files for professional printing are high-quality reproductions of your publication that are passed to a print partner (normally external to your company). You'll typically require a CMYK document, printer marks, bleed, >300dpi images, and PDF/X-1a, PDF/X-3 or PDF/X-4 compatibility (for CMYK output).

That's just saying that you can use professional printing, if you set the proper combination of export options.

-- Walt

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