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Chapter 7. Importing and Exporting > Graphic Display Properties

Graphic Display Properties

Once you import a graphic into InDesign, the quality of its onscreen appearance depends almost entirely on the Display Performance setting in the View menu. You can choose among three settings: Optimized Display, Typical Display, and High Quality Display. By default, these reflect low-, medium-, and high-quality displays. However, if you hate these terms you can change each setting’s meaning so that Optimized is higher quality than Typical, or whatever (see “Display Performance Preferences,” in Chapter 1, “Workspace”).

The default settings follow these basic rules:


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