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How to save JPEG Clipping Path?

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Nov 24, 2021 Nov 24, 2021

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I have saved clipping path in JPEG using photoshop but it is not working  in Indesign. 

In Indesign, when I go to Object-Clipping Path , I am not getting Phtoshop Path option. Any suggestion???

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When you save a JPG with a clipping path and place it into InDesign, the clipping path should automatically be applied.

First check that the clipping path is created correctly in Photoshop. Make a path with the Pen tool or other vector tool. In the Paths panel, give the path a name. Then in the Path panel menu, choose Clipping Path.

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Save the Photoshop file as JPG (you don't have to save as JPG because PSD also supports clipping paths). 

In InDesign choose File > Place. Your clipping path should automatically be applied.

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