Preparing Your Invoice Logo
Unlike the logo images used in HTMLHyperText Markup Language: A standard for tagging and structuring text, images, videos, and other media on a web page., the logo for PDF invoices and other sales documents can be a high-resolution, 300 dot per inch (DPI) image. However, the image must be rendered to fit a space that is 200 pixels wide by 50 pixels high. Be careful to preserve the aspect ratioThe proportional relationship between the width and height of an image. when you resize the logo. Resize the logo to fit the height, and don’t worry about any unused space to the right.
200 x 50 pixels
One way to resize your logo to fit the required size is to create a new, blank image with the correct dimensions. Then, paste your logo image and resize it to fit the height. With most image editing programs, you can either scale it by a percentage to preserve the aspect ratio, or hold down the Shift key and manually resize the image.
|1.||On the Admin sidebar, tap Stores. Then under Settings, choose Configuration.|
|2.||In the panel on the left, under Sales, choose Sales.|
|3.||Expand the Invoice and Packing Slip Design section. Then, do the following:|
|a.||To upload the Logo for PDF Print-outs, tap Choose File. Find the logo that you have prepared, and tap Open.|
|b.||To upload the Logo for HTML Print View,tap Choose File. Find the logo that you have prepared, and tap Open.|
|4.||Enter your address as you want it to appear on invoices and packing slips.|
|5.||When complete, tap Save Config.|
For reference, a thumbnail of the uploaded image appears before each field. Don’t worry if the thumbnail appears distorted. The proportion of the logo will be correct on the invoice.
|1.||Tap Choose File and choose a different logo file.|
|2.||Mark the Delete Image checkbox for the image you want to replace.|
|3.||Tap Save Config.|
JPG (JPEG), PNG, TIF (TIFF)
200 pixels wide x 50 pixels high
300 DPI recommended
JPG (JPEG), PNG, GIF
Determined by theme.
72 or 96 DPI