Logo for Windows
The file you are about to download (LBUSD.exe), is an image file compressed into an "Executable Self Extracting Archive" (.exe).
If your web browser is configured to deal with this file type, it should automatically save into your preferred folder/directory for saving your downloads. If your browser returns with an "Unknown File Type" message, just select the "Save" option and save the file to your preferred folder/directory.
After downloading this file on your PC, you will need to "double-click" on the saved file (LBUSD.exe), and save the uncompressed image file into your own preferred folder/directory.
You should now have a file named "LBUlogo.tif", this file can now be imported directly into your favorite applications (MS Word/ClarisWorks).
This "TIF" image file should give good results using both Post-Script and Non Post-Script laser printers.
Logo for Macintosh
The file you are about to download (LBUSD_logo.hqx), is an image file compressed as a "Self Extracting Archive", and converted to BinHex to facilitate downloading.
If your web browser is configured to deal with this file type, it should automatically save and decompress the file in your preferred folder/directory for saving your downloads.
If your browser returns with an Unknown File Type message, you will need to download "Stuffit Expander" to convert and uncompress this file. "Stuffit Expander" is available as a free utility from Aladdin Systems. After you have downloaded Stuffit Expander you may return to this page and then download this image file.
After your download, you should have a file named LBUSD_logo.eps, in your preferred download directory/folder, this file can now be imported directly into your favorite applications (MS Word/ClarisWorks).
This eps file can be easily sized to suit your needs following the instructions within the application you have imported it to.
Some notes about StuffIt Expander 4.5 for Macintosh from Aladdin Systems:
On the internet, Macintosh files are generally posted in one of two encoded formats: BinHex (.hqx) or MacBinary (.bin). StuffIt Expander is the program most widely used to decode downloaded files. However, it must also be encoded when it is posted online. This is a "chicken and egg" situation -- you need StuffIt Expander to decode StuffIt Expander.
Web browsers are really cool, but they typically do not have built in decoding capabilities. They rely on helper applications to handle all file decoding and decompression. Because StuffIt Expander is a great tool and freely distributed, it is often set as the default helper application for decoding BinHex and StuffIt files. However, StuffIt Expander is typically not included with web browsers.
If you already have a BinHex decoding utility such as: StuffIt Deluxe, StuffIt Lite, StuffIt Expander (v3.0.x or better), Fetch, Anarchie, or BinHex 4.0, you can download the BinHex encoded version of the installer (671 KB).
NOTE: if you use either StuffIt Deluxe 4.0 or DropStuff 4.0, you may not want to use StuffIt Expander 4.5 yet.