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Good afternoon,

I'm trying to add my logo to a graphic. My logo file is a png file with the needed checkerboard (transparent) background.

As soon as I use the photomerge process to place my logo on my graphic, the logo file loses its checkerboard (re transparent) background, switching to white. I've attempted different formats for the graphic on which my logo will be placed -- in case that made a difference -- but to no avail.

 

Thank you,

Martin

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Correct answer by hatstead | Adobe Community Professional

Martin,

Try this:

  1. Open the PNG logo file
  2. Go to Select>all, then Edit>copy
  3. Open the graphic file, then Edit>paste
  4. Activate the move tool to position the logo
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lsing png file's transparent bacgkround during photomerge

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Good afternoon,

I'm trying to add my logo to a graphic. My logo file is a png file with the needed checkerboard (transparent) background.

As soon as I use the photomerge process to place my logo on my graphic, the logo file loses its checkerboard (re transparent) background, switching to white. I've attempted different formats for the graphic on which my logo will be placed -- in case that made a difference -- but to no avail.

 

Thank you,

Martin

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by hatstead | Adobe Community Professional

Martin,

Try this:

  1. Open the PNG logo file
  2. Go to Select>all, then Edit>copy
  3. Open the graphic file, then Edit>paste
  4. Activate the move tool to position the logo
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Martin,

Try this:

  1. Open the PNG logo file
  2. Go to Select>all, then Edit>copy
  3. Open the graphic file, then Edit>paste
  4. Activate the move tool to position the logo

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Perfect. Sincere thanks.
Martin

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Open your primary image and then use File>Place for the logo and that should keep the transparency.

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You're welcome. Glad to help.

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