I know you’re all familiar with how to set your file to print. There are a few hidden settings, however, that can drastically improve the output quality of your files. It’s very simple, once you find them. Here’s how:
Print dialog box, GENERAL: Select the number of copies, range etc.
Print dialog box, MARKS & BLEED: Make sure you have your crop marks and bleed set up. You will be able to see if they’re correct in the small preview box on the bottom left.
Once you’ve got your settings ready, click print on this window, which will bring you back to the standard print dialogue box. Click ‘print’ there too and you’re off!