I am new to InDesign. I am creating a flyer and everything looks good and clear except my logo. It is clear in Photoshop but not when I place it on my flyer. I ordered a vector from a website and again everything looks really clear and perfect except my logo.
What am I doing wrong?
The logo was saved at 300dpi so it should be good.
Also, when I print the bleed is still showing a border. Is this just my printer? Or did I do something wrong when I set up the document? I think it may jus be my printer but I want to make sure before I go to Office Max and print.
Need help and ideas please.
And again, I am new to InDesign so please speak in lay terms.
Something is not clear in your workflow: if your logo is a vector file, why do you open it in Photoshop? Or, it is not a vector file and the effective resolution in InDesign is too low. Check it in the links panel.
By default, ID uses a low-resolution preview for placed graphics. Try View > Display Performance > High Quality Display.
You can set that as the default by changing it in your preferences with no files open.