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Old 01-23-2012, 10:45 PM   #9
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Hi and welcome! As Terrie said, whether or not a bleed will work depends on both the software and the hardware. Your software may support bleeds but if your printer doesn't then the software can say "bleed" all it wants but the printer will ignore it. However, Terrie's idea of printing to a larger piece of paper and trimming it down to flash card size should work. Make that bleed larger than flash card size all the way around to give you some leeway when you cut the paper. Good luck!


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