Create your own custom template

Hi everybody!
In today’s tutorial video, I’ll show you how to use The Logo Creator to create your own custom templates and I’ll show you how to use them so that they won’t get altered after you edit it.

(Create a template – then use the “Save As…” menu option.
Navigate to your Documents > Laughingbird Documents > Logo Libraries > and create a new folder here. Name it whatever you wish,

and save the template design into that folder.

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Let us know what you think!

  • Becky Hann says:

    Awesome video Marc.
    This gives me a ton of ideas

    thanks for posting this


  • Ray Evans says:

    Really, really helps…

    I have ads where the theme doesn’t change, but the details change every week. Sooooo much easier (and less frustrating 🙂

    Thanks a bunch!


  • Thank you Marc – so happy to learn this trick

  • Dean says:

    Thanks for the video! This makes total sense.

  • Kenneth Rudd says:

    Hi Marc & Lisa
    This was great!
    I’ve got a simple (for you) question.
    I’ve noticed in all your videos how easy it is to remove objects or text from the template. How in the world do you do that?

    My regards

    • Hi Ken!
      hmmmm… not quite sure what you mean.

      When I delete an image or an object? You just use your delete key on your keyboard.
      Or, use the Edit > Delete menu too.

      Let me know if I’m reading your question wrong 😉

  • Marc, I remember with the first “The Logo Creator” we talked about this a long time ago, and what I did was create the folder and just drag the materials into that folder from whatever was in “My Templates” folder and Create a separate folder for that at the same time. This is like that as well. Really cool you are showing this to others and this is a big time saver when opening gigantic folders, especially when creating daily. Great video and always informative for the beginner and novice graphics creator. Keep up the great work, my friend.

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