InDesign How-To: Export Sharper Vectors to Publish Online (Video Tutorial)
In this InDesign “Three Minute Max” video, Anne-Marie Concepción shares a way to get sharper vector images when exporting to Adobe Publish Online. The secret is to convert placed Illustrator vector files to SVGs, so all the vector information gets passed through on export. She also gives a tip on easily updating multiple linked images all at once.
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