- If your project has a bleed, pull all colors and
images that bleed off the sheet .125” beyond the page boundaries.
Then be sure to tell us you want a bleed and include crop marks on
your page layout.
- If your project is set up to be trimmed, be sure
that the crop marks that define the final trim size are set to
- If your job is not designed to “bleed off”
the edge of the paper, allow at least .25 inches of gripper
margin around all edges of your layout. This allowance is the
non-printable area where the press or copier grips the paper
to pull it through the machine.
- Be aware of folding panels. Do your work at
the full (100%) size of the final printed piece and allow for proper margins
where you want it to fold!
See Also: Artwork Tips
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