What kind of the PDF are making , Interactive or Print ?
What is the format of the image ?
Is the images doesn't show up in all the pages of the PDF or just few ?
Please try using a different PDF presets while exporting the file to PDF and then check , if you are making the Print PDF.
Hi, are they in the same layer? Did you tried to put image into master page to let them show just from one source in your doc. Is your document ment for printing or interactive? What format are linked images (rgb/cmyk) (jpeg/tif/eps)?
Is rest of content shown properly (text, another objects, etc.) ?
Manish: Hi, I´m making an interactive pdf with hyperlinks and so on....
The images are in PNG format and the opacity is decreased as they are background images.
No, no images show up at all
Kalajda: Yes, everything is in Layer one. Maybe I should organize it better....
No, I havent tried to construct a master page yet...make one?
Its RGB from Photoshop in PNG format.
Yes, everything else works fine....
Tried to create pdf just with one image (RGB, PNG-24) - displays corectly in both standard and high quality print. Create new document just with the image and try to produce pdf with it. You will see.
I think the issue is coming up becuase of transparency or blend space.
Can you change the transparency blend space from EDIT-->Transparency blend space
also, what if you remove the opacity from the image and then check.
Send me file (just one page i s enugh with adjacent PNG) I can explore it. I have Indd CS6 running on PC. [Link removed by forum moderator]
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Sorry for the late reply, I did not have Internet for a few days. I will try with different Layers and linking and post my experience. Peter was right about removing your email, you never know.
Anyways, I´m also trying to figure outr how to put animation from Flash into my InDesign projects. It would be totally cool to create something and have it in the magazine. The whole process so far has been good besides some walls I had to climb over. Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge and help us,!
You can import the SWF created from Flash in InDesign.