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Dec 07, 2010 at 12:41 PM

Image Quality In Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2010

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I am using the new production release of Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2010 and I am having an issue with image quality when adding an image to a crystal report.

The image itself is a .TIF file, and when opened in Windows, the quality of the image, which is mostly text, is very high. The image was created from a electronic PDF form and I intend to use this as a background for the crystal report, over which I will place data fields.

As soon as the image is added to the report you can see the degradation in quality in the design window and in the preview window within visual studio. The quality remains low when viewing the report in the WPF report viewer and when printing from this control.

I have ensured the "Retain Original Image Color Depth" option is checked but this has made no difference (the image is black and white anyway).

The image in the report has been left at its native size, no resizing at all. The image is 355KB in size if that's relevant.

Is there a reason the image looses quality when added to a report? Is it being compressed? More importantly, is there a way to make the image retain its native quality when adding it to a crystal report?

Thanks in advance.