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t4ke
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Annoying squares after printing.

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Hello, I am designing covers for my notes and one has remained like this.

It is how I like it, but when I print it on paper, some annoying squares appear around the image that cannot be seen on the computer. How can I solve it?

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chofer
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Hi there, @t4ke ...

Based on your reply to @ericwhitmer, it seems that you are using Canva and not Canvas...two completely separate things.  Canva (without the "s") allows you to create all kinds of different graphics/images on it's website.  Canvas, on the other hand, is a LMS (Learning Management System).  The members of the Canvas Community can help answer questions about Canvas and any of the functionality within it.  I'm glad to see that Eric has provided you with some suggestions/help, however.  Hopefully you are able to get your image to print the way you want.

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ericwhitmer
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My first take would to be to try to match the background color of the Groot images with the background. Photoshop or GIMP could fix that, I think.

t4ke
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Even more? In canva not even looking closely I can see that the square is noticeable, it is like everything is already the same colour.

chofer
Community Coach
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Hi there, @t4ke ...

Based on your reply to @ericwhitmer, it seems that you are using Canva and not Canvas...two completely separate things.  Canva (without the "s") allows you to create all kinds of different graphics/images on it's website.  Canvas, on the other hand, is a LMS (Learning Management System).  The members of the Canvas Community can help answer questions about Canvas and any of the functionality within it.  I'm glad to see that Eric has provided you with some suggestions/help, however.  Hopefully you are able to get your image to print the way you want.

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