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    Quote Originally Posted by roy.max View Post
    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.
    That's right! The action "Remove inside area" is usefull for many perpose. Ex. U can remove low-res logo and then place the vectorized hi-res insteed, of course hundreds pages at once.

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    Pitstop Remove Printer Marks

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    tool in Acrobat Pro slecting object, you can erase areas

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    Pitstop, select mark and delete it

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    Yes. Enfocus Pitstop Pro plugin for Acrobat is absolutely a must.

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    Use PitStop Pro action list

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    best use PitStop

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    Use the pitstop preflight and choose .. Remove all printer marks. Takes about 5 seconds

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    I wouldn't open them in Illustrator, you could ruin everything. I would try to use Pitstop.

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    you can use pitsop plug-in. that is bet for you.

    And will do more...

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    Wow!! talk about a favorite!! PITTSTOP. learn something new everyday. isn't this in Indesign by default?

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    mola mucho the best

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    i use pitstop Pro

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    I didn't know there was a Pitstop Plugin, I used to do it manually.

    Thanks for the tip!

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    print marks

    I normally don't even add any kind of print marks until I save as PDF, then add them in the Marks and Bleeds option. I always keep a "clean" PSD/AI/etc. just in case.

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