I created a document in InDesign with a border that goes to the edge. To make sure that the border doesn't get cut off in printing, I added a bleed and brought the border to the bleed to insure against that happening. However, when I export the file to a PDF, it doesn't show the bleed, even if I ask to include crop marks or bleed marks. Is there anyway to make sure the bleed shows in the PDF?
please check if the setting in the printer are correct and if the mark and bleed are included when exporting the PDF .
Also what is the PDF option that you are choosing and steps to recreate the issue or a screen shot please .
what PDF printer driver are you using ?
Help document : InDesign Help | Printer’s marks and bleeds
Thanks. I actually figured it out. Just needed to check "use document bleed settings" in the Marks and Bleeds Dialog Box when exporting.
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