Perte d'une image jpeg à l'exportation PDF sous indesign

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Sep 19, 2022 Sep 19, 2022

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Bonjour.

Lors de l'export PDF d'un doc Indesign, une image Jpeg disparaît. C'est la seule dans l'ensemble du document. Je l'ai remplacée par une image identique. Rien à faire. Sur les précédent export pdf pour contrôle, cela fonctinnait sans pb. Merci de votre aide.

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Community Expert , Sep 20, 2022 Sep 20, 2022

Is the image white? if so it may be set to overprint or multiply and you did not view with Overprint preview. Your Acrobat page display preference to "Use overprint preview" should be set to "Always". Other pdf viewers may not accurately show overprinting objects.

It's also possible the object is on a layer where the layer options are set to not print.

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Image is probably corrupt.

Try resaving it as  TIFF - replace the image in the layout - and then try again.

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Is the image white? if so it may be set to overprint or multiply and you did not view with Overprint preview. Your Acrobat page display preference to "Use overprint preview" should be set to "Always". Other pdf viewers may not accurately show overprinting objects.

It's also possible the object is on a layer where the layer options are set to not print.

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