I didn't know there is a specific action in pitstop for it, i always did it manually
thanks for the info
It would also be a different scenario if somehow the printer marks have been rasterized. Then the only option would be to photoshop them out! This would be an unusual and rare scenario of course
Pitstop would be the best. Adobe Illustrator too troublesome. Don't even mention the missing font problem.
yupz.... Enfocus Pitstop is the best tool for that kind of job.
use PitStop - very fast.
Using pitstop makes this very easy
Just open u r acrobat (pdf) file & select printing mark by Touch up tool object and delet or open u r pdf file in illustartor or pistop and remove it. If u r pdf file is rasterize, so open in photoshop on 300 dpi and stamping printing marks..... save
Or the best way would be to call the client and tell him/her to generate new PDF without any printer marks except included bleed.
I use the editing tools in Acrobat pro 10 to simply delete the elements. Or alternatively use pitstop.
I would recreate the pdf from scratch. Without printer marks.
Rule: Use as few programs as possible.