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Adobe Acrobat Pro: How to remove layers?

Posted on 2016-07-26
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I have a template made by the printer with red and pink borders. Before I send the final art, I must remove those layers.

How do I do this with Adobe Acrobat Pro?

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The red line shows the "trim box".
Go to Preferences : Page display : Show Art, Trim and Bleed boxes (untick).

Or this:

You can show the Properties Bar by pressing Ctrl+E. Then select the text box and you should see where you can change the border color and/or remove it by setting the border to nothing.
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Can I also get into Edit mode, click the red and pink borders and just hit the delete button?
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Can I also get into Edit mode, click the red and pink borders and just hit the delete button?

Should work as well...You basically just don't want those borders when you print it correct? Or don't you want them when you send the file to a friend, like per email?
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I want those colors removed so the printer will not print them.
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OK, then yes your right. You may click them and hit the delete button most likely. If that doesn't work then, follow my instructions. Let me know if you need further help.
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Anytime, glad I was able to help.
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