How to make a spread into a jpeg* for uploading to Facebook JPEG uses a standardized image compression mechanism to compress full-color or grayscale images for on-screen display. Use the Export command to export a page, spread or selected object in JPEG format.
Facebook Status Messages to Get Coverage
1. If desired, select an object to export. (You do not need to select anything to export a page or spread.) 2. Choose File > Export. 3. Specify a location and a filename. 4. For Save as Type (Windows) or Format (Mac OS), choose JPEG, and click Save. The Export JPEG dialog box appears.
“Yearbook photogs will be at the tailgate party in the gravel lot tonight at 7.” “Anyone have an out-of-ordinary job? Your chance to make it in the yearbook!” “Don’t forget, underclassmen, picture day is tomorrow.” “Planning a girls’ night out? Invite the yearbook so we can feature you and your friends!”
Facebook Status Messages to Promote Book Sales “Friday is the last day to buy a yearbook. Visit www.oaktonmedia.net to download an order form or use a credit card” “If you’ve ordered a 2010 yearbook, wear red on Thursday!” “ON FRIDAY ONLY: Turn in your yearbook order form with the word “Facebook” written on the top, and save $5 on the cost of your yearbook! This is a secret!”
Personal Messages Posted on Friends’ Walls
“Maria — Congratulations! You are featured on pages 29, 317 and 328 of the 2010 Yearbook! Don’t forget to order one at www.oaktonmedia.net” “David — I saw on your wall that you are going on a mission trip over winter break. Want to be in the yearbook? Come to the yearbook room after school and talk to us!” “Danielle — You have some awesome pix on your profile. Have you thought about joining yearbook? Go see Rummel in Room 196.”
5. In the Export section, do one of the following: Select Selection to export the currently selected object. Move on to Range and enter the number of the page or pages you want to export. Separate numbers in a range by using a hyphen, and separate multiple pages or ranges by using commas or spaces. Select All to export all pages in the documents. Choose Spreads to export facing pages in a spread to a single JPEG file. Deselect this option to export each page in a spread as a separate JPEG file. 6. For Image Quality, choose from a range of options that determine the trade-off between file compression (smaller file size) and image quality: Maximum includes all available high-resolution image data in the exported file and requires the most disk space. Choose this option if the file will be printed on a high‑resolution output device. Low includes only screen-resolution versions (72 dpi) of placed bitmap images in the exported file. Choose this option if the file will be displayed on‑screen only. Medium and High include more image data than Low, but use varying levels of compression to reduce file size. 7. For Format Method, choose one of the following options: Progressive displays a JPEG image in increasing detail as it is downloaded to a web browser. Baseline displays a JPEG image after it has been completely downloaded. 8. Select or type the resolution for the exported JPEG image, and then click Export. *Using Adobe InDesign
Y e a r b o o k DISCOVERIES
discoveries vol.14 issue 3