everything at least 1/8 larger than the final cut size of your
advertisement (red area below).
sure all text or images you want to see in your designs stay
3/16 INSIDE of the final cut size for best results (see dashed
sure you're always aware of the final cut size to ensure the
red area above shows what a bleed is. A bleed basically makes
it possible for whatever color or image your background is to
extend past the actual cut size of your job -otherwise, someone
else's work will be trimmed into your artwork. The bleed lets
you use the whole area of a design for a nice background or image.
Stay within the basics and you won't have any issues.
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this article help you understand bleeds? We hope it did. Please
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to better explain this complicated subject. If you ever need any
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