File Design Instructions

Although we prefer that files are submitted in Adobe Acrobat with proper resolution and bleed settings, there are a number of other file formats we will accept.

We’ve provided the information below to help you properly set up your design files for print in the more popular designer programs.

Most importantly, checking your files for mistakes can greatly reduce the time your job spends in pre-press, and can prevent your job from being put on hold.

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Popular Supported Programs: Step-by-Step Guide

To learn how to check your files for the proper dimensions and color modes, select the supported program you will use to design your files: