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Pink Safe Area Line

We know how much hours of hard work you put in designing your materials and expect it to be printed the way you’ve designed it. This is why it’s important for us to make sure all elements in your document are printed correctly.

To guarantee this, you can easily check the safe area of your design using the Pink Safe Area line in the editor.  This will help you prevent text, images and other elements in your design being cut off in printing.

Using the Pink Safe Area

The Pink Safe Area (pink box) is the area inside which you should keep all your text and design elements to prevent it from getting cut off. This also serves as your print margin guide. Not using it might result to important content getting chopped off during the production process.

To activate the Pink Safe Area, click on the Order prints button and go through the process of ordering your design.

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note: If you don’t see the Order prints button, it might be possible that Canva Print is not yet available in your area. At the moment, we’re still in the process of rolling out Canva Print to different locations. 

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