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Chapter 43. Printing > The Graphics Panel

The Graphics Panel

The Graphics panel controls how graphics are output, how fonts are sent to the printer, and the kind of data which is sent to the printer (see Figure 43-6). The Images popup menu lets you specify how the data in linked graphics should be sent to the printer:

  • All. InDesign sends all the high-resolution data from the placed graphic. This is the default, and this should generally be chosen by service providers when sending to a high-resolution printer.

  • Optimized Subsampling. InDesign samples down the data in bitmap images based on the halftone screen and printer resolution (set in the Output panel). This prints much faster to printers when you’re printing low- or medium-resolution proofs.

  • Proxy. InDesign uses only the low-resolution screen preview data when printing graphics. This is even faster than Optimized Subsampling.

  • None. InDesign replaces all placed graphics with a large X. This prints the fastest of all, of course.


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