I've been trying to import some files I've made on Photoshop at 300 dpi into InDesign, but it the edges and fonts always appear pixelated and jagged even when I set the display performance to high quality. I've tried importing it as a psd, jpg, and png.. but all with the same result. However, exporting the psd to a PDF file got the file to display perfectly... Is there another way to get this file to display properly in InDesign without using a pdf? And if not, what kind of settings should I be setting it to (it's press quality now). If PDF is the right way for it to display properly, would importing the more pixellated jpg file instead of the pdf print out differently? Or is the difference only on how it is displayed on my computer?