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Chapter 8. Using Adobe InDesign CS2 > Saving, Printing, and Prepress

Saving, Printing, and Prepress

To save your InDesign file, choose File, Save. It's that easy. If you want to save your file to be compatible with InDesign CS, you can save it in the InDesign Exchange format (INX).

Exporting Files

InDesign files can be exported to a few different file types. In some cases, such as PDF, the result matches (at least visually) exactly what was in the original document. However, in all cases, the native InDesign information is lost, meaning that InDesign functionality tied to the document such as layers and object definitions is gone when the file is exported. For that reason, be sure to always save a copy of the original InDesign file in addition to the exported version.


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