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  1. Jazz1

    Jazz1

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    Hi all I made my logo but now I need to print it 24" X 24" how do I resize it to that and what should I use for dpi. Thanks
     
  2. Doc

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    Hi Jazz1 welcome to the forum. 24 x 24 is pretty big for a logo as they are normally much smaller to fit on web pages and letterheads etc. To get the best quality you can make the logo as large as you can fit on your screen and set the dpi to say 600dpi. Then try a test print to see if the logo is smooth or if it is looking pixelated. If the quality is not good enough it will pay you to get the design converted to a vector graphics format. To see the difference between raster graphics as exported by the Logo Creator and vector graphics take a look at this thread http://www.logodesignforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7760
     
  3. Jazz1

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    Thanks for that what size should I make my caves and can i buy that software to make it bigger
     
  4. KD-did

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    Usually a conversion sevice is much less expensive than software unless you already have Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator on your computer.
     
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    Read this before you think of vectorizing yourself...
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