You're going to have to do much better than that if you want help.
What exactly is the question?
When one makes tickets, is it possible to send them off to the printers without visible lines? I dont want them cutting in strange places (6 tickets per page) but I dont want to see ugly lines either.
wow what a question... yes you send it without visible lines... how you let the printer know where to trim/cut/fold? is by the use of trim marks, outside of your document area. Google it if you don't know what I mean.
PS. Applt the color "Registration" to crop marks
Let's start with uploading the image. Attachments are disabled, but you can emebed an image using the camera icon on the web page like this:
What shape are the tickets? If they have square corners you do as Lilia suggests and add trim marks around the edge, offset from the actula cuts enough so they won't show if the positon in the cutter is a little off. This means you need some extra space on the sheet to hold them. If the tickets fill the entire page on a standard size sheet of paper there's no room for marks, so you just have to tell the printer what size to cut. Giving him a printout with lines drawn on it by hand would be a good idea.
All of that presumes the printer actually wants you lay out the tickets 6-up. Ask him. It may be easier for him to print them on a differnt size sheet in a different arrangement, in which case he will want only a single ticket laid out and he'll impose them for his equipment, adding his own marks.
If the tickets are not just straight edges and square corners you'll need to add "die-lines" to make a cutting die. These should be on a separate layer and be made in a spot color and set to Overprint Stroke in the Attributes panel. When you view the file on screen it will look like the lines are all over the edges of the tickets and should be made exactly as you want the tickets cut. The die-line layer will be used to make the cutting die, but will not be printed on the tickets themselves.
I read your messages and chose a great company (does printing in 0 days! ) and they had their own set of rules I followed.
The end product was great, and Id love for you all to see it and maybe give me feedback but, the message "this content type is not allowed" always pops up when I try and upload it.
Ibeleive the image types are limited to PNG, TIFF, JPEG and BMP.