Difference between revisions of "How to setup bleed in Scribus 1.3.4cvs"

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* You can change that bleed setting the the '''Document Setup''' dialog.
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* You can change that bleed setting in the '''Document Setup''' dialog.
  
 
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* In the '''Print''' and '''PDF Export''' dialogs you can override the document bleed settings with special values just for the job you currently have.
 
* In the '''Print''' and '''PDF Export''' dialogs you can override the document bleed settings with special values just for the job you currently have.
  
 
[[Image:Pdf export bleed settings 136cvs.png]]
 
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* And of course you can setup defaults in the '''Preferences''' dialog.
 
* And of course you can setup defaults in the '''Preferences''' dialog.
  
 
* If you setup  bleed it'll be shown on the canvas too, so you can always see how far  bleed extends over the page.
 
* If you setup  bleed it'll be shown on the canvas too, so you can always see how far  bleed extends over the page.

Latest revision as of 08:06, 14 November 2006

This article is part of the Tips & Tricks series.
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  • You can setup bleed in the New Document dialog.

New doc bleed settings 134cvs.png


  • You can change that bleed setting in the Document Setup dialog.

Doc settings bleed settings 135cvs.png


  • In the Print and PDF Export dialogs you can override the document bleed settings with special values just for the job you currently have.

Pdf export bleed settings 136cvs.png


  • And of course you can setup defaults in the Preferences dialog.
  • If you setup bleed it'll be shown on the canvas too, so you can always see how far bleed extends over the page.