Hi All! So to get better at inDesign (a person i am contracted to will want some indesign stuff done soon) I've volunteered to design some print stuff for a lady I did some webdesign for. Part of it is to include some photos she got from istock. I'm not sure I got this part right -- I placed them in, but they looked pixellated. So i took them into photoshop (they were jpegs) copied and pasted into a new 300dpi cmyk document. I re-saved as a jpeg, re-placed them into the indesign file, but still pixellated looking. I reopened the jpeg, and it had become a 72 dpi rgb document again :/ I then tried simply doing the above and saving as a .psd instead of jpeg, and placing that in. Still pixellated (yes im looking on Overprint Preview mode) Im not sure what the best method is of adding jpeg photos to indesign documents or, whether this is possible I have uploaded all the files to: http://www.ameliealden.com/poster.zip -- its quite a big file but the indesign file is there as well as the photos, called "child handup" and "ann presentation small.psd" (currently linked to the indesign file) and also the jpeg version of the second, "Ann_Presentation__small.jpg". Can anyone tell me how to better place these into the indesign file please?