How to Make a Crop and Bleed in Photoshop

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    • 1). Launch Photoshop and open your image by clicking "File," clicking "Open" and selecting your image.

    • 2). Increase the size of your canvas so that it is 0.25" (0.6 cm) bigger than the artwork itself. To do this, click "Image" and then "Canvas Size." Click the "Anchor" box so that the design of your image will stay in the center when the canvas expands. Type in the new height and width dimension, adding 0.25" (0.6 cm) to both of them.

    • 3). Click "File" and then "Print with Preview."

    • 4). Click "Show More Options."

    • 5). Check the "Corner Crop Marks" box by clicking on it and then click the "Bleed" button.

    • 6). Change the bleed to "0.125" inches (0.3 cm). Click "OK." The crop marks will be moved in 0.125 inches (0.3 cm), thus allowing the document to bleed to the edge.

    • 7). Click "Print."

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