PDF/X-4:2010

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Hi, can anyone tell me where to find PDF/X-4:2010?
I have updated InDesign to latest version, but its not there, I just have PDF/X-4:2008.
And I can not find it anywhere to install.
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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 18, 2020 Jun 18, 2020
Hi loner93306019, don't be confused: When you select the preset named [PDF/X-4:2008] the default setting of "Standard" is PDF/X-4:2010. From my German InDesign 2020 version 15.1.0.25: If standard PDF/X-4:2010 is not showing up, your color management settings of InDesign are turned off. Just I did before doing the screenshot below. Then standard turned to value "None": So check your color management settings and turn them on! If done the standards PDF/X-4:2010, PDF/X-3:2003 and PDF/X-3:...

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2008 is the only one available on Adobe software. 2010 only has minor differences that in 99% of the cases make no difference. I even believe that those are present in what InDesign still calls 2008 (as memory serves me well 2010 support was added already in CS 5 or 6). You can use Layers in Adobes 2008 version.

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Thank you 🙂

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Hi loner93306019,

don't be confused: When you select the preset named [PDF/X-4:2008] the default setting of "Standard" is PDF/X-4:2010.

From my German InDesign 2020 version 15.1.0.25:

 

PDF-X-4-2010-NotAvailable-1.PNG

 

If standard PDF/X-4:2010 is not showing up, your color management settings of InDesign are turned off. Just I did before doing the screenshot below. Then standard turned to value "None":

 

PDF-X-4-2010-NotAvailable-2.png

 

So check your color management settings and turn them on!

If done the standards PDF/X-4:2010, PDF/X-3:2003 and PDF/X-3:2002 should be available again and PDF/X-4:2010 should be the default of the preset named [PDF/X-4:2008].

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

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Hi loner93306019,

is your issue resolved now by changing your color management settings?

 

Thanks,
Uwe Laubender

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Thank you loner93306019 & Laubender, this Q & A helped me out a great deal. 

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