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    Junior Member nono0720 is on a distinguished road
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    The best way:
    I would use Enfocus pitstop plugin in Adobe Acrobat Pro. It allows you to change any aspect of PDF file and more...

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    In Acrobat Professional, go to Document > Crop Pages and select "Trim Box" from the dropdown menu. If the document doesn't have this dimension built in, you can also manually enter it.

    You can also edit PDFs in Adobe Illustrator, if available.

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    Banned leila is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by gama74 View Post
    In Acrobat Professional, go to Document > Crop Pages and select "Trim Box" from the dropdown menu. If the document doesn't have this dimension built in, you can also manually enter it.
    When printers need to remove crop marks, it is most often because the offset of the marks is too small and one extremity of each crop mark is in the bleed... in this case, resizing the PDF to the trim box will have no interest and no effect, because the extremities of the crop marks will still be in the bleeds.



    You can also edit PDFs in Adobe Illustrator, if available.
    (except for PDF saved from Illustator with the defaut option "Keep editing...")
    No, you should not!
    Re-read my previous post: editing PDF in Illustrator is a huge mistake, and a very bad advice... of course you are free to do the mistake for your own, but please don't advice other people to do the same mistake than you do.

    If you don't believe me, I can explain why it is a mistake.
    Last edited by leila; 05-29-2011 at 02:56 PM.

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    Ok. You convinced me. I believe you.

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    use the standard tools in acro x to select and delete. This can be done with any object

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    Try Enfocus Pitstop or use Kodak Geometry Editor Acrobat plug-in (free).

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    The easiest way is to crop in Actrobat especially if you have multiple pages so it is not the same bleed for odd and even pages

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    Use Pitstop is so easy. Remove Printer Marks,Removes all objects that are outside the cropbox. This Action List does not remove objects that overlap with the cropbox so that objects that bleed are not removed from the document.

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    user pitstop enfocus Action

    use pitstop enfocus Action
    Remove Crop Box
    Remove Crop Box
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    Donor Mogly is on a distinguished road
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    If you don,t have pitstop, with acrobat pro like said neon few post before

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    I also think enfocus pitstop is the perfect program for

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    ACtions in PITSTOP 10

    use this action in pit stop 10...delete

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    The best way is to delete them with touchup object tool in Adobe Acrobat. Any otner method requestst opening in illustrator - this can make you a font problems. If you like to open the document in Adobe Illustrator you should convert fonts in outline using the pitstop.

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    you can use illustrator!

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    Donor jobousephk will become famous soon enough
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    As leila said, to edit pdf files in Illustrator is Very Bad idea. To remove printer’s mark from PDF files, PitStop is the best solution.

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