The Kodak Photo CD import filter shipped with PageMaker 6.5 has been updated to improve the way Adobe PageMaker imports Photo CD images. The filter includes the following changes:
-- The main dialog box now includes an Output section for specifying five different attributes of your print job, from image and device resolution to device type and screening information. (A related but more limited set of options was previously available in the Change dialog box.) For details on using these new options, see "Using the new output settings" below. For more information on Photo CD images and placing them in PageMaker, see "Importing Photo CD images" on page 365 of the Adobe PageMaker 6.5 User Guide, or see the topic of the same name in online Help.
-- The filter now includes expanded Orientation options for rotating or flipping the image.
-- The Preferences dialog box has been renamed Options.
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Adobe PageMaker 6.5 or later for MacOS (English language versions of PageMaker only)
1. Quit PageMaker.
2. Copy the Photo CD Import 68k.flt file (for Apple Macintosh computers with a 68030 processor or later model) or Photo CD Import PPC.flt file (for Power Macintosh computers) into the Adobe PageMaker 6.5:RSRC:Filters folder. When asked whether to replace the existing file, click OK.
3. Restart PageMaker.
See the readme file enclosed in the archive for additional information on using the Photo CD Import Filter Update. Photo CD is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company.
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