DSweet Posted April 25, 2022 Share Posted April 25, 2022 (edited) We have an online project for a trucking company with multiple locations that sell different brands of trucks depending on the location. They always want their logos to be as large as possible inside a given space on their stationery products. The problem is that some locations sell several brands of trucks while others sell only 1 or 2 brands (max is 9 brands). Their logos are different sizes and orientations as well but I've managed to recreate all of them to be about .25" high for line space purposes so that the max of 9 logos will fit in 1 line along the bottom edge of a notepad item like the client requests. I used an in-line string feature to place the logos across the page. My problem is that when there is only a small number of logos needed (say 1 or 2) that height is too short and the logo looks like a smudge on the paper. Does anyone know if the overflow->"adjust to fit" feature will compress the logos to fit within a text box. Or is there another feature (possible newer version) that will put a string of variable logos in a text box (or graphic box) at the maximum height of the box and shrink to fit as more and more logos are added to the string without having to make the box wider to accommodate the additional logos? I've attached a sample of a single and a multiple logo location page. The red outline shows the amount of space that I am allotted for the logos to reside. They are to be left justified to the page as shown. .TruckLogos.pdf Edited April 25, 2022 by DSweet Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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