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Logos in Inkscape

Nov 04, 2010, 20:35 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Bethany Hiitola)

[ Thanks to Naheed for this link. ]

"Importing existing logos

"If you are fortunate enough to work with a client that has an established logo that they would like to continue to use in their web space, then you need to be able to pull the logo into your initial mock up designs—and then into your final design and use it as any other object. To do this:

1. While in an Inkscape document (with our without your design already in place), from the main menu select File and then Import.

2. Find the logo file in the menus and click Open.

3. Then place your logo where it best fits in your design.

"What if the logo is not in the right size and not in a scalable vector-graphic format? Then you need to re-create the logo in Inkscape in a form that is scalable. It's definitely possible and not difficult to do. It just takes time and a bit of Inkscape expertise."

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