Circle Picture

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  1. Robin Moran

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    Here is what I did. I took a small n and made it a wingding font. It made a circle. Then I choose image in the color area. It really looks good, EXCEPT the circle is not sharp. "NOTE: THE IMAGE IS NOT MINE, IT IS A CLIENTS, I am thinking I am going to have to rebuild it to make it clearer". Does anyone have a better idea how to create the circle with sharper edges?

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  3. KD-did

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    Check and make sure you are viewing it at 100%. It is not uncommon with viewers to look rough around the edges when NOT viewed at 100%.

    There is also a circle in the "SHAPES" folder in the Logo Elements folder.
     
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  4. Robin Moran

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    Thanks to both of you!
     
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    KD-Did the problem with using a circle graphic is I have to go into a different program to not have a background, Right? I want the graphic to be a stand alone circle and the logo happens to be square. Am I missing something?

    BTW LunaPic is really cool. That worked great!
     
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  6. KD-did

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    NO....There is no background on any of the Elements. Export as a TRANSPARENT png.
     
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    Watch this video. Remember to set Image Opacity to 1. If you can't get the color yellow you want, place something with that color on the canvas and use the color picker tool to match colors. After doing that, you'll have to slide the opacity to 1 again.

     
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