Convert 4-color InDesign CS3 layout to Greyscale......

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noWetaG

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but all i see are RGB and CMYK profiles
when i try "Convert To Profile" option....
I just did this a couple weeks ago for another project,
but dont remember how, Ive searcherd extensively thru
ID's help files.....any1 got a clue?
Im not trying to import into PHOTOSHOP, rasterize it and save it;
this document is 80 pages long and thats more than im tryna do..........
 
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1. Open a color PDF file in Acrobat 8 Professional. The file may contain a mix of CMYK, RGB or spot color objects.

2. Choose Advanced > Print Production > Preflight.

3. Click the right-point triangle next to PDF Fixups, and select the Convert to Grayscale option that appears.

4. Click the Execute button. The entire PDF file will be converted to grayscale.
 

noWetaG

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EVIL JESUS......

noWetaG said:
Im not trying to import into PHOTOSHOP, rasterize it and save it;
this document is 80 pages long and thats more than im tryna do..........

SicC_oNe said:
1. Open a color PDF file in Acrobat 8 Professional. The file may contain a mix of CMYK, RGB or spot color objects.

2. Choose Advanced > Print Production > Preflight.

3. Click the right-point triangle next to PDF Fixups, and select the Convert to Grayscale option that appears.

4. Click the Execute button. The entire PDF file will be converted to grayscale.
yea i figured out all of the new ACROBATs editing features
after i posted this, and actually a more proper way would be to

Choose Advanced > Print Production > Convert Colors

but ur way works also :)