Printing Problem

Community Beginner ,
May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021

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Good morning everyone,
I have created a brochure for a friend, and we would like to try printing it. It's A4 and it's composed by 40 pages. I've been working on facing pages, but when creating the pdf for printing I was asked to save the file as single pages....The problem is that I have some pages where images or text appear to start on one of the two pages and end on the other one next to it, and in single pages I find myself with these uncoordinated text/images as seen on the screenshot I took... I hope someone can help me,


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I hope you can understand, English is not my first language! Also, I don't know if the title is relevant or not, I hope so!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Apart the fact that bleed is missing, I do not see any problems wuth you pages. Add the bleed, provide the file as single pages to the printer and he will proceed to imposition to print the file properly.

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Thanks for the reply!

I had 3 mm bleed but I was told to remove it cause "it wasn't necessary"... So, all I need to do is add bleed and I'll leave the rest as it is, right? 

Should I also leave the master pages as they are? Pages numbers seems to be fine as well!

 

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I had 3 mm bleed but I was told to remove it cause "it wasn't necessary"

Told by who? The printer? It is weird because as soon as there is color or an image on the edges, bleed is mandatory

 

Should I also leave the master pages as they are? Pages numbers seems to be fine as well!

I do not see any master pages on your screenshot, but I do not see any reason to modify them. I do not see any page numbers as well…

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Maybe I heard that wrong. Possible. 

By the way, I know the screenshot doesn't show neither master pages nor page numbers, but I know they're correct... I was just confirming!

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Perfectly normal to have it as single pages. 

Bleed of 3mm or 5mm (whatever is requested (sometimes more sometimes less).

 

It will be printed as page

40|1

2|39

38|3

etc

 

So all you need to do is provide the single pages with bleed. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvYtMTDDi8Q&ab_channel=PrintingCompany%2C8ColorWebOffset%26DigitalIn...

 

This is all handled by the printers. 

HTTP://8print.co explains why you should design your magazine or brochure layout in groups of 16 pages each. If you go over 32 or 48 pages, we have to use an...

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Thanks for the reply!

And thanks for the informational video you linked me.

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