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Hello everybody,

my document looks poor when it is viewed higher than 100% in the pdf viewer (images are 72 dpi)
Unfortunately the pdf viewer allways opens my document in 120%

Is there a way to create a pdf document in Indesign that allways opens 100% size in the pdf viewer?

Thank you very much

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The full version of Acrobat allows you to specify at what magnification the document opens.  This is found in the File>Document Info>Open menu.

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(OP)
The thing is that i want everybody who views the pdf, sees it automatically in 100%, but i recon this is not possible when you have to make the settings in the pdf viewer...or is it?

Thanks a lot

RE: pdf file

The FULL version of Acrobat is not the Reader/PDF viewer.  The PDF author defines how the PDF opens (by using the full version of Acrobat).  These settings are saved in the PDF and apply when it is opened anywhere else.

see Acrobat at adobe.com

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Please HELP!! How can I inmport a file created in photoshop to InDesign and then exporting to .PDF file and still keep the quality and scalable sharpness??

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