help with setting up a bigger logo [removed]


Hi uniquestuccoands,

There are some things that we need to consider when setting up a logo on your sales forms. Let me provide you the lists.

  • Smaller than 10 mb.
  • Logo must be on a .gif, .bmp, .png, .jpg, .jpe, or .jpeg file.
  • 24-bits or less in bit depth (or color depth)
  • square-shaped, since rectangles don’t work
  • using the standard RGB color space
Once you have all these requirements, you can now add a logo. 

Here's how:
  1. Click the Gear icon.
  2. Under Your Company, select Custom Form Styles.
  3. At the upper right, from the New style drop-down, select the appropriate form.
  4. Go to the Design tab, then select Add your unique logo.
  5. Click the box with Add a logo +, then the + on the next window.
  6. Locate and select the image you want to use.
  7. Click Open. Once uploading is done, Click Save, then Done.
Here's an article for detailed steps: Add, Customize, Or Remove Logos On Sales Forms.

I've also included this article in case you have other questions about QuickBooks Online: Help Articles.

Drop a comment if you have any other concerns. I'd be happy to help.
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