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Insert company logo on form

aaron076

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I know this may sound like a very basic question, but is there any way to import a *.jpg (or any other picture format) into a pro/E form? I need to place my new company logo on a form and be able to create PDFs with it. I
 

Speling

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Search forum with that question
(insert logo, jpg ..... etc) and I am sure that you will findanswer on
that because I know thathave already read answers about exactly same
thing
 

ndk

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In format or drawing mode ofWF 2.0, you can insertyour company logoas pictures orsymbols.Choose insert>object and then, select which kind of object you want to put on.


Hope this helpful
 

wsylvester

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Looks to be pretty much the same in r2001


Insert>Object then Create from File and then Browse... find your file
 

aaron076

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Thanks to all for your responses. I did search the forum as I thought I saw something about the topic about a month ago, but all I found was a topic with no replies to it.


I tried to insert the image as an OLE object. It plots fine on paper, but it won't show on a PDF. I need to be able to create a batch of over 2,000 drawings on PDF format with the new logo. Has any of you done this before? Thanks for your assistance.


Aaron Mejia.
 

aaron076

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Thanks to all for your inputs.


I ended up changing myJPG file to TIFF, then I imported the file into Rhino (I had to download the trial version) and exported the file as both IGES and DXF. I then cleaned up the DXF file on AutoCad andsaved the DXF. All that allowed me to import the DXF data using Import>Data from File. It works, but I hope there is an easier way to do the same thing. Again, thanks to everybody for your support.


Aaron Mejia
 

ProE_Addict

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The best way I've found is to importthe logo into Adobe Illustrator or other similar graphics program.You then vectorize the logo, remove all filland export a dxf to use in formats. You have to open it in an empty format to add fill and trace to reduce entity count if you logo is complex. Then re-export.


As far as exporting a pdf goes, I useAdobeDistiller (I think it's a free download. If not it's included with Adobe Wrtier). Just select print and choose Generic Postscript under the destination drop-down.Change the file extension to .ps before you save. Thenopen the.ps file fromthe file folder and distiller converts it to a pdf file.


If you don't want color showing up in you pdf file, make sure youdon't select theGeneric Color Postscript selection.
 

scubadude

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I'm running v2001.


I've always used a .BMP file. While converting a PDF into a .BMP will cause you pain, if you can get the logo in .BMP you should be able to easily import the file.
 

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