This video will give you an overview of how you should use the Print Guide to ensure the best possible images for printing.

Print Guide (Project)  [6:05 mins]


Print Guide (Covers) [2:44 mins]


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11 Responses to The Print Guide

  1. Esther Hattler says:

    Learned so much even though I have done many books. They will be better now that I have watched and listened to this video.

  2. Carol Smith says:

    Tameka: when you choose a paper and “make it the background” … does the default background go all the way to the bleed line? (in general)

  3. Shirley Shingara says:

    Am I the only one who had flashbacks of Mr. Rogers and Picture Picture with the making of the book cover! The visual made it so easy to grasp why the bleed is so important.

  4. Peg Walker says:

    I am certainly glad that I observed the first two guies before starting my album. Thanks!

  5. Jeannie Ruth says:

    Aha! Page view.

  6. Jeannie Ruth says:

    My bleed space is empty even when I enlarge the background. Also when I add paper, move it to the back and enlarge it. How do I get it to show?

    • Roxanne Buchholz says:

      Check your page view. I suspect you are in the Trim view and not the All view. Once you select All, you’ll be able to see the bleed and the full background paper.

  7. Carol Hiestand says:

    just when I think I know it all!!!

  8. Vicki says:

    Thanks Tameka an informative video and for clarifying these terms for me. I never quite understood what the difference between trim and bleed were. I always learn so much from you!

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