6 Replies Latest reply on Sep 16, 2013 8:30 AM by Eugene Tyson

    Why did it add an extra pixel to my jpg?


      I recently designed some ads in Indesign CS6 which I then exported to jpg format. When I sent them to the publishing house they could not be uploaded onto their system because the size was not correct although in indesign the size of the document was the correct pixel size.


      In opening them in Photoshop CC I could see a single pixle had been added to the width and this was stopping it from going through the publishing houses online system.


      Has this happened to anyone else before? Is it a common export problem or is this something I did wrong and maybe should have expected it to happen?


      Just want to know if I need to be checking every file in photoshop in the future!