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What makes LogoSnap the best custom logo creator available?
Do you use generic clipart in your logos?
How many logos can I create and purchase ?
How can I share my saved designs with someone else?
After I purchase my custom logo, how do I get it?
In what file formats will I receive my custom logo?
How many colors can I use?
Will the symbol I choose remain in the database after I have selected it?
Can I trademark my logo?
Is LogoSnap an SSL Secure site?

What makes LogoSnap the best custom logo creator available?
LogoSnap offers more style options than our competition. That means from the very first step, you're creating a logo that won't look like anyone else's, anywhere. 

We also have better, more precise tools, to help you get your logo just right.

My Designs lets you store up to 10 designs for free. Once you purchase a logo, it's available indefinitely for you or your designer to download and apply to marketing materials or business ID items.

Do you use generic clipart in your logos?
No way. Each symbol you see has been created specifically by professional graphic designers for LogoSnap. Plus, we offer eight different categories for each design (as opposed to three, like our competition).

How many logos can I create and purchase?
As many as you like! You can save up to 10 logos in My Designs for free.

How can I share my saved designs with someone else?
You can save up to 10 custom logos in My Designs. Just select the "Ask a Friend" feature, which emails your friends the URLs to your custom logos for rating. You'll be able to read their feedback and comments on the Friend Comments panel.

After I purchase my custom logo, how do I get it?
Immediately after you buy your logo, you can download it as a JPEG, EPS or PNG file. Just select your logo, click the download button and download each file type.

In what file formats will I receive my custom logo?
You'll receive JPEG, EPS, and PNG files of each logo you purchase.

The JPEG is a high-quality bitmap version of your logo that's great for Web use and electronic documentation. It's not meant for printing, because it can't be enlarged without losing design detail. To edit a JPEG file you'll need Adobe Photoshop, The Print Shop or another image editing program. You can open (but not edit) a JPEG in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher or VuePrint.

The PNG is another bitmap file, with a transparent background. It's perfect for Web sites that use non-white background colors. You can open or edit a PNG in the same applications as a JPEG.

The EPS is perfect for putting on business cards, letterheads and more. It contains vector information. That means it doesn't rely on pixels for its resolution. You can make the EPS version of your logo as big or as small as you like without affecting print quality. This is the file you'll need to produce professional printed materials. To edit your EPS file, you'll need Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia Freehand, Corel Draw, Hallogram HiJaak, or a similar program. You can view (but not edit) your EPS in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher or My Business Publisher.

To open an EPS file in Microsoft Word
If you are using the latest version of Microsoft Word, you can simply drag and drop the EPS file into a Word document to open it. However, if you are using Word 2000 or an earlier version, follow the procedure below.

1. Click Start > All Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft Word. A blank Word document appears.
2. Click Insert > Picture > From File... The Insert Picture dialog box appears.
3. Click the Look In drop down list or the navigation buttons on the left panel to locate the EPS file you want to open.
4. Select the EPS file; then, click Insert. The EPS file opens in the Word document.

How many colors can I use?
Choose from a full spectrum of colors and add them to your symbol, company name, or both.

Will the symbol I choose remain in the database after I have selected it?
Yes. LogoSnap retains the rights to all symbols. But your logo remains unique. How? You personalize it with your company name, company colors and a customized configuration only you could dream up.

Can I trademark my logo?
Absolutely. What makes a logo unique is the configuration of your symbol, your company name, your colors, and your layout. So even though LogoSnap retains the copyright to the symbol you choose from our gallery, you still can trademark your logo.

The trademark indicator ™ provides notice that you are claiming rights to use the logo in connection with your products and/or services. If you want federal registration, you'll need to submit a trademark application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. (Customers outside the United States should check local laws.)

Is LogoSnap an SSL Secure site?
Yes, LogoSnap uses SSL (secure sockets layer) encryption to protect your personal information (such as your name, address and credit card number), so you can feel confident when you place orders with our site. LogoSnap is verified by Verisign, a leading certificate authority.

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