Monday, 17 September 2012

Bleed settings

Hi guys, we get quite a few queries regularly asking what "bleed" is.

For those unfamiliar with the term, “bleed” refers to an area of printed image that goes beyond the edge of the trimmed paper or board. If you would like an image or graphic to run right up to the edge of a page, then it should “bleed” over the trim line by at least 3mm. This allows some tolerance for trimming and ensures your image or graphic meets the edge precisely.

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