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charlie4282
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Hi all, about to upload our first logo template for approval – we were just wondering what sort of documentation needs to go with a logo? How to change the colour? How to change the font?

We did read the guidelines but still wanted to put the question out there as it all seems pretty straight forward stuff.
Thanks for any advice

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trustbogdan
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Hi. You must to name the font you used in that logo template, with download link. (.doc , .pdf or html) This is very important. How to change the colour and stuff like this are not obligatory, but you can put a tutorial. More details you provide -> customers will be more satisfied. Sorry for my bad language.

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charlie4282
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No apologies that’s really helpful! Thank you for your help

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dekurvajo
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hm… i know it’s a bit off, but could you explain me that charlie? “No apologies that’s really helpful!” I never heard this term, and i can not find it on the internet what does it means or how this term works? Thanks a lot :)

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charlie4282
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Sorry, I meant that they did not need to apologise for their “bad language” and that their advice was v helpful. It was meant politely – sorry if it was not clear.

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