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198 votesNeed More Info · Abhinav Kaushik responded
Thank you for your inputs.
From the comments, I gather that the primary need for this feature arises when we want avoid exporting of “hidden” pages while keeping the pages visible in the document.
Are there other scenarios as well wherein this feature can help your workflows? If yes, please help us understand such workflows.
An error occurred while saving the commentJordan commented
Agreed, this would be a good feature to have. Good for hiding variations of the same page from final export. Also would be good to hide pages from a portfolio document so you can easily make custom portfolios on the fly from the same master doc. Or hiding sections from a master pitch template to make the exported pdf more tailored. Would speed up workflow immensley.
Outlining fonts using Transparency Flattener Presets no longer works in InDesign 18.0. Outlining all fonts in a pdf can be achieved using Acrobat Pro under Preflight > PDF Fixups > Convert fonts to outlines > Analyze and fix. Although this would still be a useful feature in InDesign when exporting a pdf, to have a simple check box to convert all fonts to outlines.