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I have just upgraded to IDCS, all jobs that I now print (both new and converted jobs from ID2) print with an image shift of 2.5mm into the top of the page, either landscape or portrait. Yes, I can adjust this from my print dialogue box, but does anyone know why this should be and how to correct it other than from the printing stage? Many thanks Alan...

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    I have just upgraded to IDCS, all jobs that I now print (both new and converted jobs from ID2) print with an image shift of 2.5mm into the top of the page, either landscape or portrait. Yes, I can adjust this from my print dialogue box, but does anyone know why this should be and how to correct it other than from the printing stage?

    Many thanks
    Alan
    Alan_King@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Are these images in a text frame? Maybe you have it set to Ascent instead of Leading.
    Gabriel_Ayala@adobeforums.com Guest

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    It is not an image that is 2.5mm out of position it is every page of every job that I send through to print from IDCS, whether it be a new job or a ID2 job already printed in the correct position but converted to IDCS. To get the pages to print in the correct position I have to set the print option to -2.5mm image shift.
    Alan_King@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Sounds more like a print driver issue than an ID issue.

    Bob

    Bob_Levine Guest

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