Ok, so not sure if this can be done but it would be a great time saver for me if possible, so I'm throwing it out there.
I frequently work on spec sheets at work in InDesign and when I'm done, I have preset PDF export settings for Print and for Web. The print one has all the bleed and printer marks, and the web one, well...you get the idea.
Right now I need to run the exports separately; so I do my export for a Print PDF...and then I do my export for a Web-optimized PDF.
These are separate tasks, but surely there must be a script or some other way to get InDesign to just export both PDF's at the same time, respecting the presets they are assigned.
How can I do this?
Try the scripting forum. Perhaps someone there can help.
Yes! This worked! Thank you.
I was able to modify the suffixes so that one file is labelled _PRINT.pdf and another is _WEB.pdf
Now my only question is can the script automatically export the pdf's to a folder called "FINALS"? I always put that folder one level up in the directory where the InDesign file is.
I will post this question on the scripting forum