How to Batch Preview InDesign Files (Multiple INDD Documents): ID Util

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Learn how to batch preview InDesign files (multiple Adobe INDD documents), by checking out this video and article on ID Util for macOS by Markzware:

Adobe InDesign users, you do not have to be limited to previewing only one single file at a time, on Mac. An application from Markzware can enable you to preview several InDesign files at once.

Markzware provides superior desktop publishing (DTP) solutions and services to companies all over the world. Markzware’s ID Util for macOS is a stand-alone application with a drag and drop feature that lets you preview multiple InDesign files at once.

You can use ID Util for macOS to simultaneously drag & drop files and immediately see a preview of each file in its own window, in the same session. See how to use Markzware’s app, as shown in this demonstration video:

How to Batch Preview InDesign Files (Multiple INDD Documents): ID Util


Markzware’s ID Util for macOS allows users to preview InDesign CS5, InDesign CS6, InDesign CC (Creative Cloud) and more files and to export InDesign previews as JPEG, PNG or PDF.

How to Batch Preview InDesign Files with Markzware’s ID Util:
• Install ID Util for macOS.
• Use the File > Open menu item (or Command-O) and Command-Click (or Shift-Click) to select multiple InDesign, IDML, or InCopy files for previewing. Each file will preview in its own window.
• To preview a selected file, click the spacebar.
• To see more detail, zoom in.
• To see multiple pages at once, zoom out.

ID Util for macOS is easy to use. It lets you preview files from a range of Adobe InDesign, IDML and InCopy versions.

Using Markzware’s ID Util for macOS application to
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ID Util offers several features, including:
• Preview Adobe InDesign, IDML and InCopy files (CS2 through CC 2015).
• Export Previews as PNG, JPG or PDF.
• Collect and Package InDesign files.
• View styled stories from InDesign files.
• View previews of linked images.
• View a list of used fonts.
• View the document version (what version of InDesign was used to create the document).
• Print the document previews.
• If you have InDesign installed you can resave the document with High Resolution previews of all pages.

Markzware’s ID Util for macOS is a free application and supports previewing for InDesign CS6 through CC 2015. It also provides preview export and quick InDesign version number access.

ID Util for macOS supports InDesign, IDML, and InCopy versions for Adobe:
• CC 2015
• CC 2014
• CC
• CS6
• CS5.5
• CS5
• and more

Print and publishing design businesses have challenges and need an efficient workflow. Being able to use ID Util’s batch preview is a major benefit.
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Download ID Util for macOS
You can download ID Util on the Mac App Store for free. See more solutions for Adobe, macOS, and more, on the Markzware Products page.

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How to Batch Preview InDesign Files (Multiple INDD Documents): ID Util

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