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    Junior Member feralmeida is on a distinguished road
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    PitStop

    If you install PitStop, can change almost everything in a pdf file. There's an action to remove the crop marks or can use the arrow tool and select the elements in the file and delet them.

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    Edit Object and Romove with Illustrator

    Object by Object

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    Junior Member grandpa is on a distinguished road
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    If you have no Pitstop, or not familiar with, you can to use InDesign - new document with necessary dimensions, place PDF (with cropmarks) and generate new PDF out of cropmarks. Try

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    I would recommend cropping the page in Acrobat, or try deleting them using the built in touch tool. I've done it before and it works well.

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    Thanks for it

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    Enfocus Pitstop has vbery flexible cropping tools.

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    crop it in Adobe Acrobat or open it in Illustrator and delete it there.

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    you can delete crop marks and printer marks and all printer marks which are outside your trim area in single go. but you have to have sure that your trim area is well defined. you have to check thru pitstop that the objects you want to delete all fall outside your trim area first, if you assured about this area then use pitstop-global change option then standard then page and then clean up trim area (pitstop->global change->standard->page->cleanup trim area.) you can customized this command by editing it. if you want command as is then okay. otherwize you done your customization by editing. bingo your work is done in single go.
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    Pitstop remove all marks

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    you can use the advance editing tools on adobe acrobat pro

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    using pitstop

    Wow... That's awesome. Thanks again!

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    Pitstop plugin for acrobat is the best and easiest solution ro remove trim marks, but why would you want to ? If you are just wanting to print the document without the marks on, crop the page down to size, if it's to print the document on a bigger sheet, again use pitstip and re-scale the page. It all depends on what the end use is for as to the best solution.

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    I recomend enfocus pitstop pro. Best tool for editing pdf.

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    I agree with others, PitStop - this is what you need. You can use one of the default actions such as "Remove print marks".
    But I prefer another more complex method: Global change => Remove inside area => Configure: define area (select area within which the marks is); Define objects to remove: x - Inside area, x - Line art => Run

    So I'm sure that will not remove anything extra.

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    just try using corel draw...

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