The bitmap (bitmap: A picture made from a series of small dots, much like a piece of graph paper with certain squares filled in to form shapes and lines. When stored as files, bitmaps usually have the extension .bmp.) picture has an effective resolution (resolution: The sharpness and detail in an image that is produced either on a computer screen or by a printer.) that is lower than 96 dots per inch (dpi). If it is not fixed, the picture will look distorted when the publication is printed on a high-resolution printer or imagesetter (imagesetter: A high resolution output device that prints to paper or film, or directly to a press plate. Publications that will be commercially printed are usually output from an imagesetter as the first step toward going to press.).
To find and select the item, click the error message in the Design Checker task pane, click the arrow, and then click Go to this Item.
To fix this problem manually, replace the low-resolution picture with a high-resolution copy of the picture or with a different high-resolution picture.