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Old 07-10-2006, 12:15 AM   #1
belmontny
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Default ID CS2 margin/bleed errors in PDF

I'm on deadline to submit 64-page magazine to printer, who wants high quality pdf rather than native files.

My document was set for .375 all around and .125 bleeds all around.

When I exported, I was alerted that the margins were off by the fact that a sliver of my three-way bleed pages was hanging over onto the facing page. When I printed from my document or the pdf, I was getting 9/16" border on the left of each page, and 3/16" on the right side of each page.

I've removed the inside and outside bleeds, which has centered the content on the non-bleed pages with a 4/8" border all around, and the bleed pages now have a 1/8" margin all around.

This is much better, but now I'm afraid I've lost the outside edge bleed I need on the three-way bleed pages. (Unless it's just that the printer can't print to the edge)

I'd appreciate any help you might be able to give me.

Thanks.
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