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post Aug 12 2019, 07:43 AM
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So I am working to update my company's knowlewdge-base articles, and we are refreshing a lot of the images attached to them. One of the things I am trying to do is update the "bullet points" inserted into the imaged by Snagit. We just have the base version which only has 3 styles of numbers images, anxd that just won't cut it.

So I was looking around online and found some images for bullet points I liked, but they are all vector images, and I have ZERO editing or image manipulation experience or tools to do anything with. I would need to pull each image out and edit the colors to match our company's official color pallete.

My other option is to use the images for bullet points that I made using MS Paint (don't's what I had to use. lol). So now I have 10 files for a design that I am REALLY liking and think would be highly received by our project lead as well...but again, need to cut them out so all I have is the image and not the background.

The is a round image. circle over a larger half circle look. I am attaching images to show what I am talking about.

Can anyone help me with getting this done so I can present a final template for my company to use going forward with this project? Trying to get this design finalized and presented in the next few days.

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post Aug 13 2019, 04:35 AM
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Doesn't the image contain anti-aliasing? Then maybe PNG alpha transparency is required to avoid jagged boundary lines.
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