Creating Print Ready Artwork
Most desktop publishing applications should have an option to export artwork as a PDF. However, some programs do not. The best way to create a PDF is therefore to go to the print option and select print as file. This will then give you an option to save your artwork as a PDF. Please set bleed marks to 3mm.
When creating a print-ready PDF there should be a setting that allows for production. Select this option, to ensure that the resolution is set to the highest it can be for printing. Also, set the option to include bleed and for crop marks. This is very important.
If you are having problems creating your print-ready artwork, feel free to contact us either by email or on our telephone number. One of our members of staff will be more than happy to help you.
When producing your print-ready PDF the file size will become large. You will then find it impossible to email this. We would suggest that you send us a web-transfer link, so that we can download and check your artwork. Please send all artwork or links to artwork to: firstname.lastname@example.org