What is it?"Bleed" is a term used to describe printing that goes all the way to the edge of the paper... with no blank margin area.Document SizeTo set up artwork for a bleed, you must make the artwork larger than the item you wish to have printed. In most cases, 1/8" larger on all sides is sufficient.Example: For a standard 4x6 postcard to be printed with a bleed you will need to set the document size to 4.25" x 6.25". This is arrived at from 4" finish size + 1/8"... continue reading
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