What is the effective resolution of your Photoshop images in InDesign?
Do the Photoshop files contain text or vectors?
What do you mean with 'the most recently placed image becomes the only image with great quality when I export and save to PDF' is it your psd?
If the rest of images are in JPG, maybe the exportation change the quality of them. Check if you have any redution at Compresion>Color images at the export option
In PSD image resolution is 300 ppi.
The files contain both text and vectors. I am making a white paper so I bring the content over to the in design file to add links to export as PDF.
I am working with Windows 10.
Adobe CS 5.5 for In Design and PSD.
Thanks for any and all help!
I mean that the only image that has good quality is the most recently placed one in the in design file..the rest of the images have poor quality.
I selected 'do not downsample' for each category under compression.
Thank you for any and all help!
I asked for the EFFECTIVE resolution in InDesign as this important, not the native resolution from PS. If you have text or vectors you should save the file as Photoshop PDF andimport that into InDesign.
The effective resolution depends on the scaling in InDesign. You get that Information in the link panel
You solved the problem Willi! Thank you so much. I appreciate it I didn't even think to save as a PDF to import to InDesign.
Thanks so much again.