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Hello, i have a problem with indesign when i'm trying to export in PDF. The pictures doesn't appearing in the PDF file. The Indesign has been upgraded with last version. What can be the problem ? Is there anyone who has the same issues?

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How does the PDF look when you open it in a browser or other PDF viewer? Are you using the Output preview tool in Acrobat, and if so, is it set to show all colors? How does the PDF look in Reader? 

Layers can be turned off for printing in InDesign and Acrobat, but that would also prevent export to jpeg, which appears OK in your screen shot.

Under your Acrobat preferences> Page Display> Show large images should be checked on, and Overprint Preview should be set to "Always".

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Hello, i have a problem with indesign when i'm trying to export in PDF. The pictures doesn't appearing in the PDF file. The Indesign has been upgraded with last version. What can be the problem ? Is there anyone who has the same issues?

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Correct answer by Luke Jennings3 | Adobe Community Professional

How does the PDF look when you open it in a browser or other PDF viewer? Are you using the Output preview tool in Acrobat, and if so, is it set to show all colors? How does the PDF look in Reader? 

Layers can be turned off for printing in InDesign and Acrobat, but that would also prevent export to jpeg, which appears OK in your screen shot.

Under your Acrobat preferences> Page Display> Show large images should be checked on, and Overprint Preview should be set to "Always".

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Check if Nonprinting attribute is set for the images that are not visible in the pdf. Use the Attributes panel shown via the following menu path Window>Output>Attributes

 

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How does the PDF look when you open it in a browser or other PDF viewer? Are you using the Output preview tool in Acrobat, and if so, is it set to show all colors? How does the PDF look in Reader? 

Layers can be turned off for printing in InDesign and Acrobat, but that would also prevent export to jpeg, which appears OK in your screen shot.

Under your Acrobat preferences> Page Display> Show large images should be checked on, and Overprint Preview should be set to "Always".

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Hi there,

 

I hope your issue is resolved already but in case you need more assistance please reply to this thread. 

Else, if the solution above helped, please confirm. 

 

Regards,

Sheena

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