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Discussion in 'Introduce yourself!' started by Dave Greene, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. Dave Greene

    Dave Greene

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    Dave Greene here. I'm a semi-retired video production person who is also messing around with a few web sites for retirement income. Love most of the Laughingbird software. Having a problem with the Corp Identy program and gettting a plain white background for the letterhead. Shocked that there isn't a template. Where do I go to solve this problem?

    Anyone
    Dave
     
  2. Randy...

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    Hi Dave!

    First, let me welcome you to the Laughingbird forum.

    Hop on over to the CIC support area and nose around for a solution. You also can try using the forum's search function to draw any hits to the top. Or, if all else fails, drop a support question and let's see if we can't get someone to help you out.

    http://www.logodesignforum.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=33
     
  3. Mr Laughingbird

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    Hi Dave.
    Thanks for the post - welcome to the forum.

    I'm actually in the process of updating the software (to version 2.0). One of the most requested features is to put in a white and black-only background.

    For now, there's a small work around.

    • Use The Logo Creator to create a white Jpeg.
    You can choose NEW from the file menu, and simply export the blank canvas as a Jpeg.

    • Next, bring this white square into the CICreator (using the Import button).

    • Using the MODIFY button, Scale the white square so that its really big and fits over the entire card template - and then choose "Move to back"

    Now, you can add text and other graphics on top of this white backing.

    Let me know if this does it for you.

    - Marc
     
  4. Randy...

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    Hey, look at that! Marc was posting at the same time. Good deal!!
     
  5. Dave Greene

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    Thanks

    Appreciate the info. I'll give it a try.

    Dave
     
  6. Lamo1graphic

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    welcome to the forum
     

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