I'm new to ID, so I'm probably missing something obvious, but....
When I place an image (a hi res 300dpi image) into a new ID document, its appearing very fuzzy.
However, it prints out OK, and looks fine when its exported out as a PDF.
But it still seems a bit odd that it looks so fuzzy in ID.
The image in the link below shows the original hi res jpg on the left, how it appears by default when places into ID in the middle, and how it looks exported out to PDF on the right.
I'm sure this must be basic stuff, but any pointers here would be much appreciated, as I'm sure the image should also look OK in ID?
View > Display Performance > High Quality Display
You canset this to be the default view in your preferences, as well.
Thanks Peter - that's sharpened it up nicely.
I guess I'm still a little suprised, as ID is pretty much an industry standard tool - is there a reason it doesn't quite render images as sharply as they actually are, even in HQD? Is it simply that ID isn't vector in the way that Illustrator is?