I have received many documents where I can't see the red bleed stroke? If I copy the contents and puts it into a new document I can see the red bleed line again ... I do not have the problem in the documents I create on my own. I do know how to turn bleed on, etc. and work with InDesign every day, but not where to turn the red bleed stroke invisible or make it appear again.
I'm a superuser, but can not now beat this problem here ... Please help me, is's for a big campaign.
I'm not sure what you mean. But when I toggle between Normal mode and Preview mode the red stoke dosen't show. If I toggle between these modes in other documents, I do see the red stroke. I never use Slug mode...
Just for fun, go to the master page and click in the pastebaoard next to the page (in the bleed area), It's not outside the realm of possibility that someone drew a paper-colored shape to hide the page-edge shadow.
... And hope that InDesign some guru knows the answer
Well, you've had several gurus guessing already. Perhaps if you post the file soomeplace we can stop guessing and see what's really going on.
Do you have "Show Guides" turned on?
"Show Guides" is document based settings so if file is saved with hidden guides, then guides will be hidden when you load file no matter what setting you have in your InDesign.
Thanks a lot ... Can't believe I called my self a superuser, embarrassing! I just did't understand why I could see it in some files but not in others and were a bit stressed.
In denmark we say "I can't see the forest for the trees" Maybe you know that expression ...
You are welcome!
Yes, I know that expression!
Also, here in Serbia, we use expression: Who works, he also make mistakes!
So, you can blame your work and you are OK!
crazy-but I was just dealing with this, and even though I'd tried it before, all I did was go to view>grids & guides>show guides and it popped into place....crazy that it could be that simple....I hope it works for you too!