A file is considered print ready when received in .pdf format, in CMYK colours, with crop marks. Common mistakes are: file is not a .pdf; file is designed with RGB or SPOT colours; or the file lacks proper bleed (area for images that extend to the edge of a page).

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A file is considered print ready when received in .pdf format, in CMYK colours, with crop marks. Common mistakes are: file is not a .pdf; file is designed with RGB or SPOT colours; or the file lacks proper bleed (area for images that extend to the edge of a page).

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