Indicates where to trim pages of a printed publication. Will appear when printing and only if your paper size is larger than the page size of the document.
in design, the lines drawn on an overlay or in the margins of an illustration to define the portion of the image to appear in the reproduction.
Marks on a printed piece showing where the piece is to be cut later.
An indicator placed on artwork to show where an illustration is to be cut.
A mark on the impression showing what areas to eliminate on trimming
A small mark outside the printed area used to show how a product should be cut.
A set of horizontal and vertical lines on the outer edges of a page that indicate to the printer where they should trim. Dd
A marking placed on artwork to show where an illustration is to be cut.
A set of horizontal and vertical lines which indicate where a photograph, illustration, or page should be eliminated or trimmed.
Markings at edges of an original or guide sheet to indicate the area desired in reproduction with negative or plate trimmed (cropped) at the markings.