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Making background transparent or changing its color; changing fill

Community Beginner ,
Jun 25, 2020

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I took a snip of my company logo from the facebook page and then converted it to .svgz in Illustrator.  The logo is solid black and the background is white and there's a black rectangular border outline around the whole thing.

 

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1.  How do I remove the border outline?  I think it's an "artboard" but I don't know how that happened exactly.

2.  How can I change the backround color to transparent?  Eventually, I want to use this logo in a colored document and have the background of the logo be the background of the document.  Also, how can I chnage the background color to an rgb or RGB code in case I want to place it on a business card or something?

3.  How can I change the black fill to an rgb or RGB color code?

 

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Making background transparent or changing its color; changing fill

Community Beginner ,
Jun 25, 2020

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I took a snip of my company logo from the facebook page and then converted it to .svgz in Illustrator.  The logo is solid black and the background is white and there's a black rectangular border outline around the whole thing.

 

logo_snip.PNG

 

1.  How do I remove the border outline?  I think it's an "artboard" but I don't know how that happened exactly.

2.  How can I change the backround color to transparent?  Eventually, I want to use this logo in a colored document and have the background of the logo be the background of the document.  Also, how can I chnage the background color to an rgb or RGB code in case I want to place it on a business card or something?

3.  How can I change the black fill to an rgb or RGB color code?

 

Thank you!

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Jun 25, 2020

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You should really be using a vector version of this which should be available from somewhere in your company's orgizational structure. Marketing or design departments are a good place to start.

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Isn't .svgz a vector version?

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