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PDF Instructions for InDesign and Quark

Creating a print-ready pdf can sometimes be the perfect alternative to sending complete design file packages. It can save you time while also providing a clean and easy-to-use file for printing. Here are some tips on how to save your InDesign files and your Quark files as PDFs.

For InDesign Files:

Please follow the screen captures bellow to save your files on InDesign.
indesign-1of4Use these options under “General Tab” setting when saving a pdf file from Indesign

indesign-2of4Use these options under “Compression Tab” setting when saving a pdf file from Indesign

indesign-3of4Use these options under “Marks/Bleeds Tab” setting when saving a pdf file from Indesign

indesign-4of4Use these options under “Output Tab” setting when saving a pdf file from Indesign

CLICK HERE to download a PDF Reference Guide for InDesign

For Quark Files:

Please follow the screen captures bellow to save your files on Quark.
quark-1of3Use these options for “Job Option” setting when saving a pdf file from Quark

quark-2of3Use these options for “OPI” setting when saving a pdf file from Quark

quark-3of3Use these options for “Output” setting when saving a pdf file from Quark

CLICK HERE to download a PDF Reference Guide for Quark

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