6 Replies Latest reply on Feb 23, 2017 9:38 AM by luizg25199346

    Print Blooket Problem. What I do?

    luizg25199346

      Hi. Many times I do a print blooket at Indesign, it appears this thin lines at images.

       

      I've tried many configurations from PDF conversions and I can't resolve.

       

      Could someone help me?

       

      Thanks.

      Gustavo

       

      printblooket problem.jpg

        • 1. Re: Print Blooket Problem. What I do?
          BobLevine MVP & Adobe Community Professional

          Looks like stitching artifacts from flattening. Try exporting a proper PDF and using the booklet function built into Acrobat to print it.

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          • 2. Re: Print Blooket Problem. What I do?
            luizg25199346 Level 1

            BobLevine, I export using Adobe PDF Converter, from Acrobat DC.

             

            Please, see my print summary, if I doing something wrong, I can't see.

             

            Print Preset: [Custom]

            Printer: Adobe PDF Converter

            PPD: Adobe PDF

            PPD File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\DRIVERS\x64\3\ADPDF9.PPD

             

             

            General

                Copies: 1

                Collate: N/A

                Reverse Order: Off

                Pages: All

                Sequence: N/A

                Spreads: N/A

                Print Master Pages: N/A

                Print Layers: Visible & Printable Layers

                Print Non-printing Objects: Off

                Print Blank Pages: On

                Print Visible Guides and Baseline Grids: Off

             

             

            Setup

                Paper Size: Custom

                Paper Width: Auto

                Paper Height: Auto

                Page Orientation: Portrait

                Paper Offset: 0 mm

                Paper Gap: 0 mm

                Transverse: Off

                Scaling: 100%

                Constrain Proportions: On

                Page Position: Centered

                Thumbnails: N/A

                Tiling: N/A

             

             

            Marks and Bleed

                Crop Marks: Off

                Bleed Marks: Off

                Registration Marks: Off

                Color Bars: Off

                Page Information: Off

                Printer Mark Type: Default

                Crop Mark Weight: 0.25 pt

                Mark Offset from Page: 2,117 mm

                Use Document Bleed Settings: Off

                Bleed Top: 2 mm

                Bleed Bottom: 2 mm

                Bleed Inside: 2 mm

                Bleed Outside: 2 mm

                Include Slug Area: N/A

             

             

            Output

                Color: Composite CMYK

                Text As Black: Off

                Trapping: N/A

                Flip: None

                Negative: N/A

                Screening: Default

                Simulate Overprint: N/A

             

             

            Graphics

                Send Data: All

                Download: Complete

                Download PPD Fonts: On

                PostScript®: Level 3

                Data Format: ASCII

             

             

            Color Management

                Document Profile: U.S. Web Coated (SWOP) v2

                Color Handling: Let PostScript® Printer Determine Colors

                Printer Profile: N/A

                Preserve CMYK Numbers: On

                Proof Profile: N/A

                Simulate Paper Color: N/A

             

             

            Advanced

                Print &as Bitmap: N/A

                Bitmap Resolution: N/A

                OPI Image Replacement: Off

                EPS: Off

                PDF: Off

                Bitmap Images: Off

                Transparency Flattener Preset: [High Resolution]

                Ignore Spread Overrides: Off

            • 3. Re: Print Blooket Problem. What I do?
              BobLevine MVP & Adobe Community Professional

              That is not an export. You creating postscript and distilling.

               

              I’ve given you the best advice. At the very least, try it.

              • 4. Re: Print Blooket Problem. What I do?
                luizg25199346 Level 1

                I'm using the function "print blooket" into Indesign. I'm sorry, but I didn't understand your advice.

                 

                I do like this because I need blooket type and creep to send the file to CPT and offset printer.

                • 5. Re: Print Blooket Problem. What I do?
                  BobLevine MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                  Then you’ll have to live with the stitching.

                  • 6. Re: Print Blooket Problem. What I do?
                    luizg25199346 Level 1

                    Thanks for you help.