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    Default Separations from indesign...

    Someone wants me to print some posters for them. I said "let me see the designs". They sent me an inDesign file that contains 4 poster designs.

    I'm not planning on separating them but I'd like to be able to point them in a direction that is helpful... is getting spot color seps from inDesign even possible?

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    Um...of course.

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    just import the resource file into PS or AI. dont cut and paste..import and then proceed as normal.

    if they just sent you the pdf..it might be a little wonky.

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    Dude. I don't ever use the program... Ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George W Bush View Post
    just import the resource file into PS or AI. dont cut and paste..import and then proceed as normal.

    if they just sent you the pdf..it might be a little wonky.
    Cool. I'll try that.

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    Me either, really...but it's a friggen page layout/production program.

    What did you think it did?

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    indesign is great. made doing my book a breeze...just youll be working backwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichieGoodtimes View Post
    Me either, really...but it's a friggen page layout/production program.

    What did you think it did?
    I thought it baked brownies.

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    an indesign file is basically a template. you can add vector elements directly. any pixel based images is imported, so there is usually a resource file that is PS or AI.

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    Using PageMaker 7 will increase your charisma points.

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