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Retaining Cutout for a Logo

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I have recently had need to retain an image and exclude the background .For example my selected image has a transparent background. I need this image as a logo to be imposed in an album, but when exported it retains a white background, how can I eliminate this. Brian

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Hi Brian,

When you have removed the background of the image, just export this as a PNG file (File>Export>PNG) This will give you your image with a transparent background. Then you can insert this into another document using File>Place.

If this doesn't help, please provide a copy of the files you are working with so I can investigate :)

J
 

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Thank you very much J for your prompt response, for  some reason or another I remembered about the PNG file, but at my age I have too much in my head most of it of little use. It worked a treat after sorting out the size issue.   The forum has great value to Affinity and to the people that uses its software. A great service. Kind regards Brian

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