The tools for imposing Crop Marks are typically found in publishing/layout programs, not word processors. Word processing documents are generally created at the size of the stock to which they will be printed.
Word 2007 does have an Option to impose them but for on-screen viewing only. They do not print so they will not carry over to a PDF. Word for Mac does not provide the option. It does provide Text Boundaries in the Preferences but again these do not print.
There is a retired KB that describes how to manually create printable crop marks in Word documents but it isn't something that is typically worth while. It would be more likely to impose the
crop marks using a professional PDF editor after creating the PDF or using a publishing program [such as MS Publisher, InDesign, QuarkXpress, etc.] to produce the PDF after importing the document content.
Assuming your wife is working in
Word 2007 you'd do best to post in that group where you'll get responses from folks who can provide professional insight based on that version of the program.
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