One possible way to make a PDF-X using Adobe InDesign

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One possible way to make a PDF-X using Adobe InDesign.

Under Edit > Convert to Profile choose your color profile – Important: ask your professional printer which color profile he needs!

1: Under File > Adobe PDF Presets > choose your PDF-X setting – Again: ask your printer which PDF-X he wants!
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2: Under General select single pages!
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3: Under Marks and Bleeds select crop marks and bleed setting!
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4: Under Output select your color profile (ask your printer)
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Additional Info for Europe: European Color Initiative

Additional Info for the United States: INTERNATIONAL COLOR CONSORTIUM

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