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I created a sell sheet in InDesign. I wanted to add a photo. I imported the photo into photoshop and took out the background. I  then cut and pasted that into my sell sheet. It looks fine, but when I export to pdf and then print, I see the bounding box around the image. I was having trouble getting the text to crop, so I curved the upper corners of the bounding box. Is this just a fluk on my printer,? I want to be sure before I go to get it printed somewhere on higher quality paper.  First image is what the pdf looks like on screen before I print, last image is actual printed version off inkjetCovid 1.jpgsteve1.jpgIMG_6145.jpg

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Printing looks different than preview around image

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I created a sell sheet in InDesign. I wanted to add a photo. I imported the photo into photoshop and took out the background. I  then cut and pasted that into my sell sheet. It looks fine, but when I export to pdf and then print, I see the bounding box around the image. I was having trouble getting the text to crop, so I curved the upper corners of the bounding box. Is this just a fluk on my printer,? I want to be sure before I go to get it printed somewhere on higher quality paper.  First image is what the pdf looks like on screen before I print, last image is actual printed version off inkjetCovid 1.jpgsteve1.jpgIMG_6145.jpg

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I  then cut and pasted that into my sell sheet.

 

First mistake: NEVER copy an image into InDesign. Save the file you've created as a PSD file in Photoshop. Choose File > Place and place the PSD file.

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I agree that it's probably the cause - but it shouldn't have been printed like that - the printer should be ashamed of themselves and it could have been fixed!

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Like Steve said, don't paste into indesign, place you .psd file. 

pasting=printing issues

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