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Subject:Crop marks in Word From:Mark Levinson <mark -at- SD -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Wed, 18 Jan 1995 12:28:07 IST
If your printer handles PostScript, another way to add crop marks to Word
is to use PostScript commands in a Print field, in your header or footer.
Graphics in frames attached to the header/footer might work too; that's
how I get bleeding tabs onto the edge of the paper. But for crop marks
I'm using PostScript. (Thanks for the codes, Amy.) Anyone who'd like
a further explanation, please contact me off-list.
By the way, questions about Word can go to the word-pc list
and leave this list better focused on technical writing as such.
Send "subscribe word-pc Your Name" or (to receive one
consolidated message a day) "subscribe word-pc-digest Your Name"
to listserv -at- ufobi1 -dot- uni-forst -dot- gwdg -dot- de .
The list, as its name implies, discusses the PC versions of Word,
but I understand the latest Mac version is almost identical to
the latest PC version.
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