- Let's talk about printing from InDesign.…On the one hand, it's as simple as going…to the file menu and choosing print.…But on the other hand, holy mackerel, look at…all these check boxes and buttons and features.…And it's not just here, there are seven different panes…of pop-up menus and options throughout this dialog box.…And you need to look at all of them.…And at the end, there's even this summary page.…Now, in this chapter, I'm gonna really delve deep…into almost all the features in this dialog box.…It's important stuff if you need to print from InDesign.…
So, in general, I would recommend watching…the chapter all the way through.…But, honestly, this is also the kind of chapter…that you could use kind of as a reference guide…and jump right to the topic you need, when you need it.…So, okay, wow.…Where on earth should we start?…Well, we might as well start right here in the Summary pane.…Which is something I honestly almost never use.…The main reason it's here is the…Save Summary button down at the bottom.…
- Working with fonts and linked images
- Previewing transparency
- Using the Preflight panel
- Managing preflight profiles
- Controlling color
- Saving and using print presets
- Printing booklets
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Is Your Document Ready to Print?
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