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  • Need help with Indy 2

    Hi everyone. How do I save as PDF in Indy2? There isn't an Pdf option in the save as menu and so I am confuse. Also, how do we set up the crop marks or we have to do it manually? I am trying to design a single fold folder and I don't know if I should do it Indy or Illustrator. It is going to be a printed on both sides.

    Thanks

  • #2
    well, from indesign, go to the file menu, select export, and then select PDF and then select what type of PDF you want to render.

    as far as the crop marks, under the "marks and bleeds" tab in the PDF dialog box, you can select which crop marks you want on your project.
    Remember: Wherever you go, there you are.

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