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Real World Print Production with Adobe Creative Suite Applications by Claudia McCue

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Packaging the File

InDesign’s Package function (File > Package) copies all necessary fonts and art files into a folder for job submission—under most circumstances. However, if you’re using Multiple Master fonts, you’ll have to manually package any font instances you’ve created, because InDesign packages only the parent font. For example, if you’ve created and used Myriad MM 700 BD 600 NO, InDesign packages only the Myriad MM. While Multiple Master fonts were a great concept, this sort of challenge may inspire you to avoid them. You’re also warned in the Package dialog that InDesign will not package CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) fonts.

If you’ve created any text layers in Photoshop and placed the image as a native PSD into InDesign, fonts will ...

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