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creating a specific pixel size LOGO

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I have a logo that I was told needs the following requirements: a 320x231 in 8bit BMP.
I already created this Logo and using Coral, Paint or Publisher I would like to know how to measure this LOGO inorder to cut it down to size.

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by:Jason C. Levine
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In any of those programs you should be able to resize the file to those specs.
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How would i measure the pixels in my file(LOGO) so that i can trim off any overage? using Microsoft Publisher would be easier for me. Lets say I have the picture (LOGO) loaded  and currently viewing it. How do I determine the Pixel size to see if It meets the requirement of 302 x 321?
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First of all, Publisher is the wrong tool for the job.  You need a program that is more geared towards image files rather than print.  However, if you select the image and do Format | Picture you should get a dialog box with the current image properties.  There will be a way to convert from inches to cm or pixels.  

Once there, you want to scale the image to your preference.

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If you can save the logo as a JPEG file and open it in Photoshop, you can reduce it to the specified pixel size (however, if the logo is not in proportion to 320 x 231 pixels, it may need to be cropped).
Additionally, in order to save it as an 8-bit bitmap, the file MUST be a grayscale image (which also can be done very easily in Photoshop.)
Publisher does not have the capability to do so, and I am not familiar with Corel Paint.
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