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  • Joe
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Re: Adding Bleed to a pdf.
Reply #30

Before he says anything.... I believe it is a modified version of the action list presented earlier in this thread. It will not "magically" create bleed, anymore than Prepress is as easy as pushing a button!


If that is the case I can already do it with the Enfocus Cropping Tool in Pitstop 7 though I have to do it manually instead of during a preflight.
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Re: Adding Bleed to a pdf.
Reply #31
No, it actually extends objects beyond the trim area. You really need to see it.
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Re: Adding Bleed to a pdf.
Reply #32
Yes I do.
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Re: Adding Bleed to a pdf.
Reply #33
where is the attachment of pitstop bleed action from jon? Thanks

Re: Adding Bleed to a pdf.
Reply #34
I have a Pitstop Action List (created with Pitstop 6.53) that will add 1/4" bleed to a PDF.  I've attached it to this reply.

Hope it helps!
Jon :-)

thanks for that very well work it !!