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INSTRUCTIONS TO DOWNLOAD / USE LOGO
We have included both PRINT READY (300 dpi) and WEB READY (72 dpi) logos for use in a variety of file common file types. PRINT READY logos include a JPG file (also known as Raster file) with White background. And several different size 'VECTOR" logos.
What's the difference between a VECTOR LOGO and JPG (Raster file)?
Vector images are made of hundreds of thousands of tiny lines and curves (or paths) to create an image. Raster images are composed of pixels. The big basic difference is that VECTOR images are able to scale to larger or smaller sizes without much degradation of the image. While raster files (being made of pixels) need to STRETCH the given pixels in order to enlarge the image which greatly reduces the image quality. General rule is to use JPG for 'static' (one size) graphics. If you need to 'adjust' the size at all, use a VECTOR image.
FOR .JPG, .PNG or .PDF file types:
Simply click the DOWNLOAD button under the file you wish to download and the image will download off our server and and appear on your screen. Once you see the image, RIGHT CLICK it and choose SAVE PICTURE AS. Then BROWSE to where ever location you wish to save it ('desktop' for instance) and click OK. You will then find the image saved in the location you navigated to.
For .EPS file types:
Simply click the DOWNLOAD button under the file you wish to download and a POP UP Box will display asking you if you wish to SAVE the file or OPEN It. Choose SAVE. Then BROWSE to where ever location you wish to save it ('desktop' for instance) and click OK. You will then find the image saved in the location you navigated to.
If you need a file size/type that is not provided here, you can request it by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org