Hi there, wondering if anyone can help me out with this question,
I've created a new document in InDesign, with intent set to 'web'. I have set the page size to exactly the correct pixels that I need. I've inserted my image, which is 72dpi and the exact pixel size I need. Everything looks good, and seems to be correct.
Problem occurs when I go to export.
I'm exporting the PDF as 'Interactive', but no matter what setting I put it at, the finished PDF seems to push the final view by about 30%? and therefor makes the PDF blurry.
It seems a little crazy to me, as everything seems in place and correct?
Acrobat views files at 96 ppi.
You can see this in Edit>Preferences and go to Page Display.
Solution - I'd use 96 ppi images.
Or even higher PPI if you aren't worried about file size.
150 ppi would be about right for most desktop printers if you are expecting people to print from the PDF too.