Creating a PDF InDesign file of images - HELP!Naomi2464 (8 pencils) | Thu, 2010-03-04 00:20
I asked this query quite some time back and it wasn't resolved but hoping today can be the day.
I have many JPGS & PDF images I need to put in an InDesign file and then pdf the doc to be sent out to potential employees. The JPG images, some were originally created in InDesign, Illustrator & Photoshop and then created as jpgs. The images are all about 1MB and look fine when I look at them on the screen - they have also been professionally printed and look great. BUT when I import them into InDesign they are severely pixelated and rasterized. I cannot read the text. I have the setting on "high image display" so it can't be this. I just don't get it. I have some images at 2MB ad still they are pixelated. I have about 12 images in this InDesign file and then it needs to be PDF'd and the final doc can only be about 1-4MB. My work needs to be displayed with supporting text so I cannot use the Photoshop pdf which was suggested a while back in this Forum.
How can this be resolved? Is it the saving of the images as jpgs? Even the pdfs look bad. HELP PLEASE!
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