Thank you! Looks the effective PPI is the number that reflects the resizing. I would have hoped for a simple readout of the size in mm (or whatever default unit) relative to the size of the page, but I guess I can use a calculator for each of my zillion images .
By default, you have
Effective PPI 341
Easy way in Photoshop is to scale it to 44% (in this case).
If you want more info and / or if you want it to show up above the line, go to Panel Options from the Links panel menu:
And you can copy the Link Info, also using the menu:
One more thing:
If you select your image with the Selection tool, the Control panel tells you the frame is 100%. (who cares?)
Double-click the image and your cursor will now be a hand. Now look at your Control panel. These four numbers are now about the image, not the frame. I changed my measurements a couple of times because I work in picas, and you work in metrics. Is this what you are looking for?
YES!!! Thank you so much! That's the number I wanted. I was digging around in submenus and didn't think to just look up . I only use InDesign a couple of times a year when designing a book, so sometimes the easy stuff leaks out of my head in between.
Hey, I use it all the time, and look how many answers I tossed out before I gave you the one you wanted!
I'm glad you have the info you need now.