I have a document I've created in InDesign CC.
There are lots of filled rectangles and ovals with text and images overlayed.
When I print there are white dashes in places - most often where a line would be.
For example, if I have an oval shape overlapping a rectangle shape - and the oval is 'in front of' the rectangle - on the print out, there will be a few white dashes where the top line of the rectangle would be if it was in front.
Sometimes there are white lines where there is just solid fill of a shape.
Is there something I can do to get rid of this?
I hope I'm being clear...
Thanks in advance
Are you printing from ID or PDF? I would export to PDF with Acrobat 5 or higher compatibility (PDF/X-4 would be a good choice), then print that.