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Hello Community,

I'm using Google to write, excuse errors.

My name is Luke Son. To remember me, I made a new proposal for a logo for the LO using a paper 

I am writing a book to be released later this year in Brazil. In a different format, the book will 
teach the creation of documents that we used in companies such as memos, resumes, etc.. But for 
learning purposes we will pretend that the readers are in an institution or company.

I would use the logo of the LO / TDF as if the institution that readers work. So will create 
various documents (experimental) with the logo of the TDF.
But because TDF? ... I thought about using the splash opening LO and graphic documents and how the 
installation of the LO have this splash, it's easy access to the reader just does not need to 
access the internet in search of another image. That in Brazil, depending on the region can be 
almost impossible.

I tried using the Gallery but are quality (DPI) too low for what I intend to do.

In summary, I would use the brand of TDF in my book. I wonder if it's possible and how should I 

Thank you.

Até mais,
Lucas Filho
Open-Ce Tecnologias e Serviços

Hazime - Art Digital

Imagem Pix - Curso de fotografia grátis

Agradecemos a Deus por tudo
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