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Adding PNG Logo causes all text to become jagged / blurry.

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Sep 16, 2020

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Hi,

 

I've always used JPEG images in Indesign / Layouts, but when I added a PNG logo file today - it turned all the text in the layout blurry. Attached images of before / after. Tested this with several other indesign documents - the issue seems consistent throughout. The logo size is 500 x 88 Pixels, and the document is 600 x 100 Pixels. This affected the export output significantly as well. 

 

Any assistance is greatly appreciated! 

Thanks,

Chris

 
 
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Correct answer by Derek Cross | Adobe Community Professional

Why not create a rectangular shape in InDesign fill it with your colour and add text – there's no need for a raster file for something like this.

If an image is for printing ensure the Effective resolution is between 200 and 300PPI.

 

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Adding PNG Logo causes all text to become jagged / blurry.

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Hi,

 

I've always used JPEG images in Indesign / Layouts, but when I added a PNG logo file today - it turned all the text in the layout blurry. Attached images of before / after. Tested this with several other indesign documents - the issue seems consistent throughout. The logo size is 500 x 88 Pixels, and the document is 600 x 100 Pixels. This affected the export output significantly as well. 

 

Any assistance is greatly appreciated! 

Thanks,

Chris

 
 
Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Derek Cross | Adobe Community Professional

Why not create a rectangular shape in InDesign fill it with your colour and add text – there's no need for a raster file for something like this.

If an image is for printing ensure the Effective resolution is between 200 and 300PPI.

 

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Why not create a rectangular shape in InDesign fill it with your colour and add text – there's no need for a raster file for something like this.

If an image is for printing ensure the Effective resolution is between 200 and 300PPI.

 

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