I've created an 8 page catalog in InDesign- now a sales rep. wants just two of the pages singly as PDF files. What is the best way to do this? I know I can export the whole thing as a PDF, then use Acrobat to separate the pages, or I can print to Acrobat and specify which pages will be in the document.
Is there a better way to do this directly from InDesign?
Re-export the PDF file specifying the range of pages you want in the output PDF file. Simple as that!
OK, I see it now. For some reason I had it in my head that all you could do was to set the Adobe PDF Presets, then export the entire document using those presets. I wasn't paying attention when exporting.
Out of curiosity, why can you set the PDF presets seperately, when it's all there again when you are actually exporting to PDF? What's the advantage?
If you choose a preset from the File menu in ID it a one-click operation if the preset has everything you need. Otherwise, it's at least two clicks, one to open the export dialog, and one to choose the preset.