Are Photoshop files' quality changed, in any way, once incorporated into an InDesign file?
Forget the InDesign's View > Display Performance and size of monitor. I had it set as its highest resolution.
I printed out a page, covered by a Photoshop file, finding that it was slightly pixilated. Then, I replaced it with a fresh, identical copy of the same version of the Photoshop file. The quality's appearance was much better, the second time around.
You probably chose optimized subsampling when printing from InDesign.
Thank you. I would appreciate it if you could elaborate that some.
File>print>graphics>Images: Send Data: ALL (instead of optimized subsampling
Thanks a lot!!!