Previewing and exporting grayscale PDFs


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Previewing and exporting grayscale PDFs

Adobe InDesign has always been about CMYK and RGB and Lab colors, but what about gray. InDesign has never had it, until now. In CS6, we have grayscale support. First of all, before we go to the Print dialog box, where I'll show you how you can specify the one to output gray, it's very useful if you can actually see what your document is going to look like as grayscale, and you do that from the View menu. Go to Proof Setup, and right now, it's set up to be Documents CMYK--whatever I set up in my color settings--but we want to go to Custom and under Device to Simulate, you choose one of these, Dot Gain or Gray Gamma.

So I am going to leave the Gray Gamma 1.8, and then just click OK and we are looking at grayscale. So Proof Colors has automatically been turned on. And notice interestingly that the Pages panel remains in the Document CMYK, but if we go to page 2 and 3, that's what this looks like in grayscale. I am going to go back up to the View and turn off Proof Colors. There...

Previewing and exporting grayscale PDFs
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Previewing and exporting grayscale PDFs provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the InDesign CS6 New Features

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