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Should I use all printers crop marks in output PDF?

Should I use all printers crop marks in output PDF?

Should I use all printers crop marks in output PDF?

(OP)
Hi, is it best to select this option unless specified otherwise?
many thanks

Sam

RE: Should I use all printers crop marks in output PDF?

What does your printer say? That is what matters.

RE: Should I use all printers crop marks in output PDF?

(OP)
Of most the stuff I do customers send the stuff off to their printers which is what made me ask!   

RE: Should I use all printers crop marks in output PDF?

...no harm in having them on really, can usually get away with just crop marks...

andrew

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RE: Should I use all printers crop marks in output PDF?

if you make an ad that is a portion of a page you should'nt include any crop marks, irt really depends on who you are delevering to.

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