“Full Bleed” and “Print to the Edge” are NOT the same thing BUT are similar.
Bleed = Extra background content that bleeds past the cut edge.
Full bleed is a method of printing that commercial printers use to achieve the “print-to-the-edge” look.
Bleed Edge – 0.125in outside all four sides
Safe Zone – 0.125in inside all four edges
If you aren’t sure what a bleed is: Choose “Fix it for me” and then make sure all text is at least .20in away from your edges.