I tried saving my InDesign document to PDF but the resolution is poor. I need it to be 300 DPI or higher
but it's being saved at 180 DPI. How can I change the resolution?
There´s not much information in your post... You said you saved PDF? That´s not possible in InDesign, did you mean exported? Or did you print your PDF? If you exported, what preset did you use?
I exported the document to a PDF and the resolution is poor. The other problem I have is each time I open the document in InDesign, the graphs get more blurred.
How do I keep the document from getting blurred in InDesign and how do I export it to PDF with a 300 dpi or better?
PLEASE! Give me a detailed answer.
How did you create the graphs? In what program? How did they get into InDesign?
Hint: Anything other than a vector application saved in a vector format and PLACED into ID will likely be a problem.
IOW, Illustrator file saved as AI or PDF and placed into ID will work. Copy and paste a screenshot? Not so much.
Thanks, I created the graphs in excel and my daughter changed them to fit into InDesign. I don't know what program she used. In the original file they were fine, however, each time I save in InDesign they get blurred. I'll ask her for further assistance.
From Excel there's two good ways to get to ID.
1. Copy/paste to Illustrator. Do any tweaking/cleaning up. Save as AI or PDF and place that in ID
2. Print to Adobe PDF and place that directly into ID if no tweaking is needed.