My work recently got a Xerox WorkCentre 7830, and because if it we have been able to do a lot of printing on our own. Previously, we would send out to a printing company to get invitations printed (front and back), but we were told we could start printing them on the Xerox. Today I worked on getting images set up in Indesign different ways (normal pages and then using 2 master pages)
However, the images are still printing slightly off... The master pages makes the closest cut, but it's off ever so slightly!
Is there something I need to checkmark when I go to print or do I need to move the images slightly in order to get them to print correctly? I am very new at Adobe, so please bear with me as we try to figure out printing invitations for ourselves.
Thank you in advance for reading this question.
The printer probably isn't built to tight enough tolerances to give you perfect front-to-back registration, and it may well float from page to page in a run (My Xerox Phaser 7800 drifts a bit from page to page, even on one-sided printing). My best advice is to design with wider margins so the drift is less noticeable.