I am recently working on an InDesign template, however when I export the template as PDF the contents of the page reach to the far left of the page. I want to leave some gap on the left side , center the content, whichever be best for printing and spiral binding. How can this be done without individually moving all elements? I added an image, the green borderline shows where I want my contents to be. I want it to be similar to the layout InDesign produces when it adds printer marks sans the marks. Thanks and help is highly appreciated.
Make the page wider if you need a gap, or move all the content to the right if the page size is already correct.
When you export your document to PDF, InDesign will honor all document settings you made: size, margins and, eventually bleed and/or slug. You may decide if you need crop and other marks and whether you want default bleed, custom or none. So if the document is properly set to the size (paper format) available on your printer, export it to pdf with no bleed and marks and you should be ok. If the size differs, you have to correct it in page setup while printing from pdf.