I try to add a logo in InDesign that has transparent background in a brochure. On screen looks great but when I print it I can see lighter ghost background where the transparent background should be. THIS ONLY HAPPENS on documents with colored background. I tried to insert the image as psd file instead of jpg,or npg but it still has the ghost background when I print!!! I even tried adding color background on the logo to match the background of the document but it still shows lighter when I print it. I also set transparency blending space on CMYK, but when I try to set transparency flattener presets to high res, they always go back to low res! I don't know if that's causing the problem.
Please help as I lost hope that I can fix this!
Sounds like a clipping path is in order.
I would save a flattened copy out and use it. Open it, open the paths tool, and draw your path around the area you want to display. You will need to know bezier
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