Re: problem inserting logo in Outlook message
Resize it in a graphics program. Then import the resized version. The
graphics program should do a better job resizing it. In fact, if you have an
application that supports eps (and assuming the eps is a vector rather than
bitmapped file) use that as your source file.
PS: Yes I know EPS is a vector format, but it can also store bitmapped
On 11/9/06, benzis -at- gmail -dot- com <benzis -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> I have to insert a logo into a message. I have the logo in various
> (png, eps, gif) and resolutions, but whichever I use, when I paste it
> the message it's way too large. When I drag one of the corners to shrink
> logo, it becomes unclear (it loses sharpness).
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
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