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Company Logo in Title Block

Company Logo in Title Block

(OP)
Hi All,

Inventor 2011 Pro.

I've been playing around trying to get our company logo into the Title Block on our drawings, but no matter what I try I cannot get it to work.

Is there a way, I managed to do it in AutoCAD without any bother.

Best Rgds,
Dave R.

RE: Company Logo in Title Block

Edit title block definition and insert an image.
Back in the day Inventor used to have a problem (it would only show a bordering box and not the image or something like that) if "MS paint" was not your default image editor.
Is that the problem you are having maybe?
What specifically can't you get to work?

RE: Company Logo in Title Block

Create your logos as custom symbol and insert it anywhere in any sketch or block.

RE: Company Logo in Title Block

Company Logo as a Sketched Symbol is NOT a good idea, they float around in this state and can also make your drawings look different from user to user or drawing to drawing.

Use the Edit Titleblock and make sure you DO NOT LINK YOUR IMAGE. This becomes an issue downstream and over time.

RE: Company Logo in Title Block

(OP)
Hi All,

You know I looked in there and couldn't see it, now it really stands out. Must be loosing my eyesight in my old age.

Thanks again
Dave R.

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