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  • Always include bleeds in your color copies


Bleeds are the extension of the colors and images that are located at the edges of the paper. When the color copies are being trimmed, it is possible that machine might trim off a little more or a little less than the limits. You can apply a border to your color copies but if the trimming is not done perfectly then the borders will look misaligned and awkward.

Moreover, borders do not look as attractive as bleeds. Bleeds will ensure that your images, colors and the overall design are stretched to the extreme edges of your paper. Even if the trimming is incorrect, you color copies will not look misaligned as there will not be any borders to judge the alignment with. An extra of 0.25 inches should be given to each dimension to allow for the bleeds.