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Working with Graphics Importing and Viewing Graphics in InDesign Material property of Arkansas Department of Education Distance Learning Center. It may be used for non-profit, educational use only after contacting the ADE DLC at http://dlc.k12.ar.us ER Placing Graphics

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Working with Graphics

Importing and Viewing Graphics

in InDesign

Material property of Arkansas Department of Education Distance Learning Center. It may be used for non-profit, educational use only after contacting the ADE DLC at http://dlc.k12.ar.us ER


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Placing Graphics

  • Draw a frame where desired

    • Go to FILE – PLACE

    • Choose desired file

  • If the graphic was correctly prepared, it will flow into the frame

    -OR-

  • Go to FILE – PLACE

  • Choose the desired file

  • A loaded icon will appear. Click where you want the graphic to appear.


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Warning

  • It is always best to prepare the graphic in PhotoShop rather than make changes in InDesign

  • Any changes to the graphic made in InDesign could cause problems when printing

  • Crop, adjust, transform or fitting changes should be done in PhotoShop


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But the Graphic Looks ODD

  • InDesign uses poor viewing quality as a default to speed up time and lower file size.

  • To view the graphic as it would actually print:

    • Go to OBJECT – DISPLAY PERFORMANCE

    • Choose HIGH QUALITY DISPLAY

  • This needs to be done for EVERY graphic


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