Manage Logos allows you to add logos to Mercury and apply them to exports and printouts.
To access the Manage Logos form, click Logos on the Settings > Admin Tools ribbon.

The “Logos” drop-down list in the upper left of the form allows you to choose the logo you want to manage. 

When you first open the form, since no logo has been chosen, there is a placeholder image in the Logo Frame on the left side.  This is replaced when a logo is chosen from the “Logos” drop-down list.
If you haven’t yet added any logos to Mercury, the Logos drop-down list will be empty, and the only option is to add a new logo.

Adding a Logo


     Click the Logos list control to open the list

     Click the “Add New” button at the bottom of the Logo List.  The Open File pane will appear, allowing you to choose an image file to import.


     Give the logo a name and a description. 


     Assign the new logo to the appropriate Users and Reports by checking the boxes next to the entry in the Name column. The new logo must be assigned to at least one User for it to be saved. (See Assigning a Logo below for details.)

     Click the wide Save Assignment  button at the bottom of the form.  Mercury will confirm that the Logo and any assignments are saved.


     Close the Manage Logos pane by clicking the X at the top right of the frame.


Updating an Existing Logo

     Using the “Logos” drop-down list to select a logo that you want to update.

     At the bottom of the Logo frame are 2 icons used to replace the image.


     Replace an image with a file from your computer or network by clicking the  Open Folder  icon and browsing for a new selection.

     Replace an image with a file from your camera by clicking the  Camera  icon.

     Edit the logo Name and/or description as desired.

     Change User/Report assignments as desired. (See Assigning a Logo below for details.)


     Click the  Save Assignment  button.

Deleting a Logo

     Using the “Logos” drop-down list, select the logo you want to remove.

     Click the “Delete” button beneath the image


Assigning a Logo to Users/Reports

     Select a logo from the Logos dropdown list.

     Select the Users and Reports to be associated with the logo by applying a check mark in the box next to the entry.  Multiple selections can be made.  In the below example, the Silver Wing logo is associated with all Users and four Reports, as identified by the active check marks. 


     Click  Save Assignment  to complete the process.

Verifying Your Logo

To quickly verify the logo, run a report for which your logo has been assigned. 
Click on the  Print…  button to open the Print Preview pane.  The Logo is displayed in the top left corner of the print-preview window. 

Applying a Logo from the Report Canvas

Logos can also be applied or adjusted by the End-User from the Report Canvas.  If your logo does not appear or is not sized appropriately, you can make adjustments on the Print-Options Tab  ribbon or through the Print-Options Tab > Properties  button.

Quickly Show or Hide an existing Logo by checking the feature in the Report or Page Header sections.

Or for more adjustment features:


     Click the  Print…  button on the Home or Print Options ribbon.

     Click the  Properties  button.


     The Print Options dialog opens. On the Header & Footer tab there are options that enable you to:

1.  Apply a Logo or Choose another. Click the Select Image arrow and choose from the options provided.  New Logos can only be added through Manage Logos. (See the above section, Adding a Logo.)

2.  Show or Hide the Logo in the Report and/or Page Headers sections by checking the box next to Show Logo on the Header & Footer Tab.                     
3.  Adjust the Logo Height, if necessary. The Width will automatically adjust to scale.

The same features are available to configure for Exports in Export Properties.

Logo settings applied in Print Properties or Export Properties will supersede those made in Manage Logos.

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