I am designing a Banner Flex of big size. 6mx8ft. I built this using illustrator, as it has specific tools for vector graphics. Such big document size cannot be created on illustrator or any other adobe product. SO i created a document size on ratio of 1:10. Now when I am trying to export it, either the image will be rasterised which would kill the vector part or another send the source. And if i send them the source file, it has a big risk of being abused. So i need a solution for this. Check with the company who will produce the banner what type of PDF, RGB or CMYK, will work best for them, and their preferred color profile. File>,Save as… Adobe PDF (pdf). Choose an appropriate Adobe PDF preset, such as [High Quality Print] for RGB or PDF/X-1a for CMYK. Adobe InDesign has a maximum dimension of 216 inches / 15552 pts / 5486.4 mm (18 feet). You should be able to just drop the vector object in InDesign and scale it to the size you want. Not sure what you mean by ‘abused’ though. The printer may need to make corrections to the image, such as modifying the bleed, changing the color profile, fixing typos, flatten layers, etc. If you want to add extra protection against accidental changes, just lock your layers. This way, the printer can still go in and make changes if needed, but won’t do it on accident. And if you’re asking for a proof before the run as you ought to be doing, then there shouldn’t be any problems. Thanks for the very nice replies, but none of them solved my problem. So here is a little trick i used. Although, software like illustrator, in-design restrict the maximum document size, Photoshop on the other hand does not. So, here is what i did. Source.