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Master PDF exports

With PDF workflows established almost everywhere, the days of packaging and sending out your source files should really be a thing of the past.

Additionally, we should all be thinking about making our content available digitally, and PDF is a reliable way of doing so. Almost every computer has Acrobat or Reader software, so exporting to PDF is a good way to ensure your document can be viewed wherever it ends up. But which settings should you use? What do the standards mean? And what do you need to do first?

All will be revealed in this tutorial, which takes you through the steps involved in selecting the correct settings for your PDF, checking fonts and images and, finally, exporting the completed file ready to be viewed by the world.

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