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ERROR EXPORTING IN PDF TO PRINT CATALOG - URGENT HELP

Community Beginner ,
Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

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Hello everyone! 

I have a urgent catalog that I need to export for printing. I've put in 5 mm bleeds and crop marks, however, the second pages take the image that's on the other page  and I assume that could be a problem  for the printing services to print and crop the catalog since wanted things could appear.

 

This is how i saved it:

 

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this is how it turned out on pdf:

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and  this is what my document looks like:

 

Screenshot 2024-01-12 at 15.08.14.png

 

Why there is white margin? i have all the margin filled in with the photo. 

 

Can someone help please? Thank you so much 

 

 

 

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Community Expert , Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

Set the inside bleed to zero

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Set the inside bleed to zero

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THANK YOU SO MUCH! 

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I just noticed, if i set the inside bleed to zero the first and last pages dont get the bleed too. You know if there is a way to set the bleed to zero just on the other pages? 

 

 

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Right. That's because those pages will butt up against each other.

 

That out of the way, may I suggest a conversation with the printer? He/she will be able to answer any specific questions about how this job should be handled.

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They are the ones creating the issues unfortunatly. Saying there is no bleed or less bleed if the photo doesnt fill all the crop part when the document has all the same bleeds, of course.

 

Well, thank you so much for the help once again! I already sent it again and will see what happen. 

 

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Is it the thin strip of image on the left side of page 113 that you are concerned about?
If so, is the spine of your catalog in the same position as the center of your spread, where the right edge of the page showing the photo of the woman meets the left edge of page 113?
If both of the above are true then you have nothing to worry about, the PDF export is as I would expect. In that the printer only needs the 5mm bleed on the top, bottom, and outside facing edges of the pages. The thin strip of image on the left side of page 113 is outside the crop area of the page and is in essence the 5mm bleed on the left side of page 113.

But, for the definitive answer, check with your printer (in case they are using a type of binding I haven't considered) - they should be willing to help you with queries like this.

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Thank you so much ! I thought that too but the printer was creating some issues with it. They have some limitations, thats what i get when the company always try to find the cheapest companies to work for them. Lets hope they dont send it back and create some other issues. 

 

Thank you for the help! 

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