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    Hi, i need help with the forms designer, i need to try and customize the label sizes, as i cannot find printing label paper, that is the same size as the one on Pastel.
    Please help!

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    Hi Tish,

    I am a little tied up right now, but I can give you a hand via TeamViewer, later today.

    Please sms or email me your phone number - my number is 082 456 7881 and my email address is neville@accountingsoftwaresupport.co.za.
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    Hi Tish,

    I am available to assist you now, but I have not yet received your contact details, so I cannot help you until then!
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    Hi guys - I would like to add my logo onto the statements as well - which doc. do I modify??

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    Hi Kim,

    The form file for statements is csmthsp.eng.
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    There is quite a good link here that explains in detail.

    http://www.pastel.co.za/downloads200...nter2006/3.pdf

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    Logo Quality Settings

    Hi Neville/Experts,

    I have opened our form on the forms designer and have successfully inserted the logos but I have an additional question that I think relates to this post:

    What is the dpi/resolution/size settings for the logos?

    I have checked the size of the block by pressing F4. It must be 43.4mm wide and 31.2mm high. I opened our logo (high quality) in a design program and exported it as the exact dimensions, as a .bmp, at 300 dpi. When I browse and insert the picture it is much bigger than the block. So my first instinct was to decrease the dpi to 72 which made it too small for the block.

    Please advise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corne Bergakker View Post
    What is the dpi/resolution/size settings for the logos?
    Corne, are you an engineer by any chance?

    The short answer to your question is: I don't know.

    In my experience, I simply open the original image file in good old MS Paint, and then resize it until it visually looks about the correct size, and I usually get it right after maybe three attempts at the most. As a rough guide, a very high resolution image file will need to be resized to about 25% of the original size.
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    If 72 dpi doesn't work, try 96 dpi

    Be cool if you came back and said that worked.

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