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By David Blatner | Thursday, April 10, 2014
Ever export a PDF from InDesign and end up with a much larger file than you expected? Why are PDFs sometimes so much larger than they need to be?
It all comes down to your export settings. David Blatner shares his secrets to reduce your PDFs by up to 90% in today’s free episode of InDesign Secrets. He dives into the Export dialog and shows how to choose the right file format, PDF preset, and compression method, while respecting the quality, accessibility, and interactivity needs of your particular file. Plus, learn how to save up to 500K with one simple change to your document’s color profile.
Watch the free video to get started, and check back next week for more InDesign Secrets.
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