Embedding preflight profiles


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Embedding preflight profiles

In the Essential Training title, I discussed how to make preflight profiles and use them to check your documents for potential errors, but there are just two problems. First, when you send your file to someone else to work on, they don't see any of those errors. Well, I suppose you could export your profile and send it along with the document and instruct them on how to load it, but come on, you know that's not really going to happen. Also, what if you setup a profile that you yourself always want to use on a particular document, but then it gets deleted or you lose track of it? Fortunately there is a solution to both of these problems. You can embed a preflight profile in the document itself.

I'll open up the Preflight Profile panel by clicking down here on this little button next to the error, and choosing Preflight panel. I can see that the current profile is Basic. Why don't I go ahead and make a new profile that we can work with? I'll say Define Profiles and I...

Embedding preflight profiles
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Embedding preflight profiles provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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