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    mac geek ??

    ok i need to save a file as a 1bit tiff out of cs4 indesign.. anyone out there got a answer on how to do it? thanks
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    chuck yur almost right i actually thought that maybe yu had alegit answer shudda known bettr
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    Save as .pdf...open in Preview..."Save as Tiff"..??

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    not doubting yur stuff greg but i think that would be a differnt file type will try it though.
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    I was a shot in the dark, Larry.... I've not yet got my hands on InDesign...and probably won't for a while.... I don't start the new job till 1/16/09

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    I understand Chucks post more than Greg's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ash View Post
    I understand Chucks post more than Greg's.
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    Before PDF came along I used to save Quark docs as eps then open them with PhotoShop to convert to tiff. I'd guess PhotoShop would be able to rip the InDesign file?

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    well greg it worked,, surprized me that it did becasue the rip i am dealing with is very old like a 95 yr..from hiedlberg,, but i do need to do some tweaking yet on some of the fine points but it went threw all the way liek it was supposed to and will solve some major obstickles i have been dealing with.. this tiff isnt the same as what i asking for but it diud work so that is the main thing as for eps to tiff format ed yes photoshop can do that easily and it doesnt matter if its from quark or or any other program if its a eps it can be changed in photoshop.. so thanks to all the help folks and moday i will work on the fine points,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Hey Steve is Larry drunk? I can't under stand a word he is saying
    You oughta try when standin next to him it ain't much better.
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