InDesign tip : #25

InDesign’s print dialog offers more information than you may first think.

here’s a screen grab of what your print dialog might look like by default — this one shows a tiled job previewed in the bottom left corner :
screen grab of standard print dialog

if you click on that preview you’ll be given some handy specs. particularly useful is the number of pages your tiled job is going to print on — something which is often hard to easily see in the first preview :
screen grab of second print dialog window

click the preview again and you get the last screen which can be useful if you’re using custom paper sizes or other media :
screen grab of third print dialog window

that preview also has an icon at bottom left showing the currently selected colour output mode :
composite grey previewGrayscale
composite c m y k previewCMYK
composite r g b previewRGB
separations previewSeparations

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  1. Pingback: InDesign tip : #25 | macgrunt | InDesign | Adobe-Tutorial.com

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