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Review questions

1What elements does InDesign gather when it packages a file?
2What problems does InDesign look for when using the preflight command?
3If you want to print the highest quality version of a scanned image on a lower resolution laser printer or proofer, what options can you select?

Review answers

1Adobe InDesign gathers a copy of the InDesign document along with copies of all fonts used in the document and copies of all graphics used in the original document. The original items remain undisturbed.
2You can confirm that all items necessary for high-resolution printing are available by choosing File > Preflight. This command looks to confirm that all fonts used in the document or inside-placed graphics are available. InDesign also looks for linked graphic files and even linked text files to confirm that they have not been modified since they were initially imported.
3InDesign sends only the image data necessary to an output device as its default setting. If you want to send the entire set of image data, even if it may take longer to print, you can choose All from the Send Data drop-down menu in the Graphics options of the Print window.


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