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Chapter 30. Display Options > View Menu Settings

View Menu Settings

InDesign offers the ability to display each open document window with a different display setting. To change the setting, choose from the Display Performance submenu (in the View menu): Optimized Display, Typical Display, or High Quality Display (see Figure 30-1).

  • Optimized. Select the Optimized setting (or press Command-Option-O/Ctrl-Alt-O) to gray out all images and turn off transparency effects—useful when proofing or entering copy in long documents.

  • Typical. You can choose this setting (or press Command-Option-Z/Ctrl-Alt-Z) to view images with low-resolution proxy previews similar to the way they are displayed in QuarkXPress or PageMaker.

  • High Quality. When you choose this setting (or press Command-Option-H/Ctrl-Alt-H) you can see your images at the same resolution they display in Photoshop and Illustrator. This is more or less “Display PostScript.”


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