Predefined Page Bleed

If your design contains a background or artwork that must run to the edge of the paper without any margin, you’ll need to extend the art past the edge of the page in InDesign. The artwork is printed with crop marks— also called trim marks—and the bindery will cut the edges of the page at the crop marks. Bleed is the term used for the area that extends beyond trim area, and it ensures that no white edges show up on the final trimmed page. Templates that are included in this category have the Bleed area predefined.

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