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Bleed and crop marks

When artwork extends all the way to the edge of the printed page, it is common to use a ‘bleed’. This means extending the ink past the crop mark. By doing this you ensure that minor errors in registration or trimming don’t produce an unsightly white line along the edge of the artwork. All artwork must have 3mm bleed if you require the image to bleed off the edge of the paper.

Page-layout programs, such as Adobe InDesign can easily handle “bleeds” and can automatically place crop marks. When setting up a new document in InDesign, you can add bleed in the New Document panel.


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