I have 3 A0 panels for a presentation..
Each panel has different images and diagrams on it which are all linked to a folder with all the pages content held together..
The content is in a variety of different formats (jpegs, eps, pdf). I want to know if there is a way in which I can export all the links from each page to a specific format at once? To save me going through and opening each file and doing a save as..
ie. a group of images in jumbled formats (jpegs, eps, pdfs) exported all at once from the page to seperate single specified formats (tiff's)?
Hopefully that makes sense..
InDesign doesn't offer any native functionality which would automate that process for you, although I suspect it could be scripted.
If you have Creative Suite, browse to the folder in Bridge, select the files you want to convert, and choose Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor...
I don't understand why you want to do this. ID doesn't care that you have lots of formats, and it won't affect your output from ID.
Thanks for the imput Image processor is not something I am familliar with but will look at..
@Peter, the panels are for an architecture competiton entry from my office, part of the requirment for are that you provide all images used on panels as tiff's or esp files so I wanted to hasten the workflow as much as possible..