Discussion in 'The Logo Creator Gallery' started by Hexastar, Dec 29, 2003.
My Company Logo
Great Stuff Hexastar!
Very clean looking. I can tell you are enjoying TLC too!
All the best,
Thanks Eddy :) I enjoyed all of your work also. Keep up the great work :)
A corporate feel. Good one.
Clean, straight to the point, in one word: pro. Congrats Nicole!!
Hey! Beautiful job.
I really like the clean look Nicole.
... can you move the LLC tagline over to the left a bit? Line it up with the bottom edge of the upper text? Just my suggestion.
It may help you in the long run if you decide to use the logo as a smaller button or "Created by" graphic. If you box it up a bit, you'll be able to reduce the image and keep it readable.
OK, thanks I'll try that. How do I use the New Logo Element. I tried saving something in word and then using the New Logo Element to put in my logo, but it wouldn't let me do it. Where can I save my file, so that I can post clip art or other logos that aren't from The Logo Creator.
Do you mean how do you get a new graphic element into TLC so that you can use it in a new logo?
I'm not quite sure what you're trying to do there.
exactly, how do i do that?
let's see.. I'm on a computer without the software installed but as I recall it's on the File menu... (at least in version 3.5 it is, I knowyou have different version, but it could be the same) ...with the that you want to use open, simply select "import image" and then browse to where you have that saved. It will then be added to your logo and you can resize it with the properties.
see if that does what you are trying to do. I use it all the time so you'd think that I would have that step memorized! :)
OK, thanx. I hope I'm being clear here...how do I save something to be able to use the New Image Element tool. I saved a few clip art in word format and it wouldn't take it in Logo Creator.
word format? I believe that in order to import it, it's need to be in a graphic format. like jpg, png, gif, tif, etc...
Thanks Jami, I appreciate it...
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