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Community Beginner ,
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Hello people can help me. I made a file in indesing, with vectors and rectangles from the program itself. Everything is normal on the desktop, but when I export it to PDF or JPG, the vector behind it overlaps behind the box rectangle in front. It would be as if the box rectangle had transparency, but there is no effect on it, now I do not know if it is a program error or an error of the pdf / jpg file ... after all, when I print the file everything is normal without this error .. only in the virtual file only.

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Enthusiast , Jan 05, 2021 Jan 05, 2021
Hello,The issue you initially had was a simple overprint issue, your solution to use the registration color is not a good one if your file is going to print, as the saturation level will be to high and the printer will probably kick the file back. You're better off creating a new swatch for a rich black of 60% C 40% M 40% Y 100% K or a standard black of 1% C 0% M 0% Y 100% K, either will force the knockout you need. Regards,Mike

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Please give us more information:  Please tell us what operating system (exactly) you're running. Please tell us (exactly) what InDesign version you're using. Please make two screen captures—one of the objects in InDesign and one of the PDF file.

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Which type of PDF would also be useful to know.

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Community Beginner ,
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Below are the images requested. I managed to solve the problem using the black color of registration .. and not the normal black color. what is the difference from the black color of registration to the normal black color?

 

INDESING 2020 V16.01 file

a645ede5-5d95-4b24-a5ac-02711ecab514.jpg

 

PDF/x-1a:2001

f9bb7de8-099a-499b-aedd-966390124322.jpg

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Enthusiast ,
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Hello,

The issue you initially had was a simple overprint issue, your solution to use the registration color is not a good one if your file is going to print, as the saturation level will be to high and the printer will probably kick the file back. You're better off creating a new swatch for a rich black of 60% C 40% M 40% Y 100% K or a standard black of 1% C 0% M 0% Y 100% K, either will force the knockout you need.

 

Regards,

Mike

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Thank you very much, I will do this and test to see if everything will go well Thanks.

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Please report back!

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