Join David Blatner for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a hybrid screen and a print document, part of InDesign Insider Training: Print PDFs.
…So many PDFs these days are what I call hybrid PDFs.…They're posted on a website or emailed to somebody and people usually…look at them on screen first and then might decide to print them.…So for these kind of hybrid PDFs, you probably want to turn…on a few items that are primarily useful for people viewing the…PDF on screen and the options I'm going to be talking about here,…all live inside the General pane of the Export PDF dialogue box.…Now in my title in the online…training library called InDesign Insider Training: Interactive…PDFs, I talk about how you can…build hyperlinks and bookmarks into your InDesign documents.…
It's really easy to do.…In fact, if you've ever used the Table of Contents feature, then InDesign has…probably already made the bookmarks for you and you might not even realize it.…You should include these in your hybrid PDFs by turning on the…Bookmarks check box down here at the bottom of this dialog box.…This is grayed out right now because I have a PDF X…preset selected up here but if I change this to, for example,…
- Comparing the Export vs. Distiller workflows
- Using Adobe PDF presets
- Adjusting image compression
- Creating a hybrid print/screen PDF
- Keeping your PDF file size small
- Batching exporting PDFs
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: Why can't I open the exercise files?
A: If you cannot open the files, try the IDML file, as David explains in the third movie of the course.