macsense wrote:I quote from the December 11, 2000 letter entitled "Church Name and Logotype Guidelines for Local Units".
"Local units may use the Church logotype only on publications and materials they officially sponsor. To use the logotype, cut out copies from the sheet enclosed with printed versions of these guidelines. Additional sheets may be ordered from your local distribution center. The logotype is also available electronically on a 3.5" pc-formatted disk (saved as a Windows® metafile [.wmf] and as an Adobe Illustrator® eps [ai.eps] file)."
I have not yet attempted to request the electronic version but will do so soon. I just hope they can email it to me as I no longer have a floppy drive. And as a Macintosh user I would prefer it in an eps version.
An AI file is actually one better than an EPS and you can open it in photoshop in the same way you use an EPS. It is a vector file and you will be able to apply the resolution before you raster the file.