WORKING WITH IMAGE COMPRESSION
In the Output panel of the Export Adobe PDF dialog, you have certain options for compressing the images in your document to help with file
Figure 31.14. Take care when compressing images in your PDF; this can make the file smaller, but it can also degrade image quality if you print to a high-resolution output device.
Your choices include
Choose from the following compressed image formats:
The Image Quality pop-up menu determines the amount of compression.
The Compress Text and Line Art option applies a flat compression without degrading detail or quality.
The Crop Image Data to Frames option deletes image areas that are hidden outside the
EXPORTING TO GOLIVE
Most people use InDesign to set up files for printing, but there are obviously many options that deal with document navigation in a way that is very web-like. Because of that, you might want to design documents in InDesign and then
First, let's look at what happens to your documents when you package them for GoLive:
To package a file, select File, Package for GoLive. Browse to the location where you want to save the package,
Figure 31.15. You can repurpose documents and create web pages when you export them to GoLive.
Choose from the following options in the Pages section of the Package for GoLive dialog:
If you want to view the package after it is exported, select the View Package When Complete option.
Choose how the file should be encoded. This choice must match how your GoLive web page is encoded.
Choose to package Original Images to copy graphics files as they are, or select Formatted Images to copy them as they are in the InDesign document. An example of a formatted image is including only the cropped area of a placed image.
You can package only InDesign CS2 documents for use with GoLive CS2.
If you placed movies or sounds in your document, you can choose to copy them with your files.
The package that's created contains a file with the extension
an XML file that