Join David Blatner for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of InDesign: Print PDFs.
…Thanks for joining me in this romp through creating print PDFs through InDesign.…I hope you've enjoyed it as much as I did.…But of course there's always more to know, more to learn.…I want to encourage you to check out…the many free articles and tutorials at indesignsecrets.com.…Consider signing up as a member, so that…you'll receive 12 issues of InDesign magazine each year.…The magazine is, in fact, distributed as a PDF.…You can also find more great training for…InDesign and PDF here in the online training library.…If you haven't yet watched InDesign Insider Training: Beyond the…Essentials and InDesign Insider Training: Interactive PDFs, then check those out.…
Also there are hundreds of InDesign tips and tricks in…the video title I do with Anne-Marie Concepcion called InDesign Secrets.…And finally, if you want to learn more about Acrobat and PDF, then…check out the titles Acrobat Essential Training and also Acrobat Tips and Tricks.…So for now, this is David Blatner signing off, from InDesign Insider Training.…
- 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.