When I save Word document as a pdf, the vector image quality becomes bad

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Hello all, I have a word document and it containts a vector image for a logo

When I save the document as a pdf, there are 2 options:

-"Best for electronic distribution and accesability"

-"Best for printing"

The first option results in a bad quality vector image, the second options results in an unsuable table of content...

How to have both?

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