Packaging for output


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Packaging for output

In an earlier chapter I discussed how InDesign documents don't embed and all you placed images. Rather they just link to the original files on disc. That means if you're going to send your document to somebody else to print it you need to send in your linked files too. In fact you should probably send them the fonts that you used to just in case they don't have the same fonts as you. Fortunately you don't have to go and find and copy all those files manually. Instead just go to the File menu and choose Package. When you do this InDesign gives you a summary of your document and you can look through each of the panes here to get some information about your document including all the fonts that you used, the images that you used, the colors and inks and so on.

In the Links and Images panel here I can see that there's a yellow alert icon. InDesign is trying to be helpful here. It's alerting me that there are 10 images in this document that are in the RGB color space i...

Packaging for output
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Packaging for output provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS5 Essential Training

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Design
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