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InDesign: Missing Fonts + Pixelated Images


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I'm editing a press kit my friend designed for my band using InDesign CC on OS X Mavericks. Two issues with it:

1. The images placed are pixelated even at 100% view. Why is this? How to fix?
2. The original font couldn't be found even though it's in my Fonts folder.

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Assuming the images are properly linked go to the view menu and select Display performance > High quality display. Turn it back to Typical display if you find this setting slows things down

How big are the fonts, if they say that are zero K in size they are older mac fonts that dont survive being put in Windows formatted disks or transmitted over the internet. Otherwise choose Type menu > Find fonts to see if you can substitute them, or try adding them to FontBook

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Assuming the images are properly linked go to the view menu and select Display performance > High quality display. Turn it back to Typical display if you find this setting slows things down
This worked, but it's still printing out pixelated.
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