Normally you would resize in steps and apply an unsharp mask in between
jumps but kind of a large jump.
Use a TrueType Font that supports the CE mark. That way you can make it to
whatever size suits you needs.
Two commercial FontPacks that support the CE mark:
http://www.cetest.nl/medical-symbol-font.htm $19.90 (additional medical
Free Font with a CE mark can be found at:
Within your size requirements, the last font would look like the attachment.
Hope that helps.
"Rynn" <com> wrote in message
x 516. I am trying to reduce it to about 30 x 22 (just make it smaller). I
find when I reduce the size the image quality is also drastically reduced. I
have posted the image onto a website to give you an idea of what it looks
like. The image will eventually be used on a label for products sold in
Europe. So the quality needs to be VERY good. If anyone could please help I
would appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
European CE Mark website. They do not provide smaller versions of this
graphic... or at least that I can find. Thanks