Setting printer marks


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Setting printer marks

In this exciting exercise I'm going to show you how to change the printer marks and the Bleed Settings from inside the Print dialog box. Before we jump into the Print dialog box, I want you to remember these crop marks right here, these manual crop marks. That is to say I applied them to a shape manually here inside this illustration, if I were to click on the corner of this rectangle here using the dynamic Crop Marks effect. Notice that the crop mark comes to the very edge of the bleed. So the crop mark just so happens to come within a quarter inch of the rectangle that is defining the crop marks. It's purely coincidental that I decided to use 18 points as my bleed boundary as well.

So they are not always in alignment with each other but they are in a case of this illustration. I mentioned that because it will become important in just a moment. So let's go up to the File menu, choose the Print command or of course you can press Ctrl+P, Command+P on the Mac to display the gi...

Setting printer marks
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Setting printer marks provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design
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