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Changing Interactive Proof Resolution in the Desktop Proofing Viewer

The information on this page refers to functionality not yet generally available. It is available only in the Preview Sandbox environment.

You can preview how an interactive proof looks on various devices, allowing you to see how content displays and responds based on different resolutions. 

Viewing a Proof in a Preset Resolution

The Desktop Proofing Viewer lets you choose from a list of predefined resolutions for viewing an interactive proof. 

The system administrator can configure custom devices for users in your organization, as described in "Configuring Custom Devices for Interactive Proofs" in the article "Enabling and Disabling Proofing for Users."

To view a preset resolution for an interactive proof:

  1. Open the proof as described in "Opening Proofs in the Desktop Proofing Viewer." 
  2. Click the resolution option at the bottom-center of the viewer. 
    Resolution_option_in_DPV.png
    A list of resolution options appears.
  3. Select the resolution you want.
    Resolution_options_list.png
    The interactive proof renders in the resolution you select.

Viewing a Proof in a Custom Resolution

  1. Open the proof as described in "Opening Proofs in the Desktop Proofing Viewer." 
  2. Click the resolution option at the bottom-center of the viewer. 
  3. Type a custom Responsive resolution.
    Type_a_custom_resolution_DPV.png
    You can also mouse over your interactive content and drag the blue border on the bottom-right corner, or the right or bottom edge, to the resolution you want. 
    Drag_blue_edges_for_resolution.png
    The custom resolution displays in the following locations:
    • In the Resolution panel at the bottom-center of the viewer.
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    • In any comments reviewers add to the proof. Each comment includes the screen resolution that was selected when the reviewer created the comment.

This article last updated on 2018-07-11 22:29:36 UTC