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Image Display Performance - Keeping the preferences

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May 20, 2021 May 20, 2021

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How do I keep my image display preferences from chaning each time I open and close a document?

 

When I added my images to the design, I made sure to go change my Display Preformance to "High Quality Display." However each time I save, close, and reopen, the image is no longer in that display. I have googled this, and it tells me to change my preferences under Edit. When I click Edit and look under the drop down menu I do not have an option for preferences. 

 

What is the best way to keep my images in the display setting I have selected for this design and future designs?

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May 20, 2021 May 20, 2021

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Options for accessing preferences:

  • Choose Window > Workspace > Show Full Menus, then choose Edit > Preferences

or

  • Press Ctrl/Cmd+K

 

Then on the Display Performance page, Choose High Quality from the Options > Default View: menu.

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For future documents set the preference with no files open. Existing files will not be affected, unfortunately, nor wil changing the prefernce wih a file open affect any other files.

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