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Old 03-30-2021, 06:43 AM   #17
Steve Rindsberg
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Bingo! Now we're on the same page, even if it *does* have extraneous text ;-)

By the way, this trick is also one of the best ways I know of finding decent art for company logos. I do a bit of presentation work for a non-profit. Every time they have an event, they want to put the sponsors' logos on a slide or two. Some companies are quite good about providing decent images of their logo, others send some crap they've screen-shotted from their web page or worse.

I've learned to search their web site for annual reports or pretty much any other well-produced documents in PDF format. The logos in those almost always started with good vector art and remain vector in the PDF, so when I use that zoom-then-capture trick, the results are as high resolution as I'd ever need and more.

   
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