A well designed and properly presented logo can help you establish the company's brand and personality. Here are pointers and steps for uploading, troubleshooting, and customizing logos used on your sales forms.

Reminders when uploading a logo n QuickBooks Online:

The logo is a .gif, .bmp, .png, .jpg, .jpe, or .jpeg file
File size is smaller than 1MB
Have a bit depth (or color depth) of 24-bits or less
Uses the standard RGB color space (RGB)
The shape of the logo is square
The shape of the logo is rectangle

 

Add logo on sales forms

  1. Select the Gear icon at the top, then Account and Settings (or Company Settings).
  2. From the left menu, select Company.
  3. In the company name section, select the Pencil icon, then the Plus (+) sign in the logo box.
  4. Find and select the image of your logo.
  5. Select Open.

Customize how logo appears on sales forms

  1. Select the Gear icon at the top, then Custom Form Styles.
  2. Find the form you wish to customize and in the Action column, select Edit.
  3. Select Make logo edits.
  4. Choose your desired logo size and placement.
  5. Select Done.

You can adjust the alignment (left, right, or middle) and size (small, medium or large) of your logo but not the height and width since they are fixed.

Remove logo from sales forms

  1. Select the Gear icon at the top, then Custom Form Styles.
  2. On the right side of the form you wish to customize, select Edit.
  3. Select Make logo edits, then Hide logo to remove the logo from your forms.
  4. Select Done.

Problems when adding logo to sales forms

  • Color depth and logo appearance: If your logo looks weird on your sales form, you can change its format from .jpg to .gif. Make sure to use Save as to create a new copy of the logo so you don't overwrite the original file. Also, make sure your logo meets the requirements.
  • Unable to upload a logo: If you have problems uploading a logo, make sure it meets all the requirements. If you are still unable to upload, open the logo with Paint (or Preview on Mac) and resave it as .jpg with a new file name.