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All you need to know about the coolest features of the LMP website in one handy video.

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UBT Basics

Having trouble using the search function? Check out this short video to help you search like a pro!

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How to Use the LMP Website

All you need to know about the coolest features of the LMP website in one handy video.

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How to Use the Search Function on the LMP Website

Having trouble using the search function? Check out this short video to help you search like a pro!

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How to Find the Tools on the LMP Website

Need to find a checklist, template or puzzle? Don't know where to start? Check out this short video to find the tools you need on the LMP website with just a few clicks. 

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LMP Logo

Formats: This ZIP file contains two-color and black-and-white versions of the LMP logo in the following five formats:

  • PNG - The most widely used lossless image compression format on the internet; this is typically the format preferred for web projects.
  • TIF – The .tif format does not use compression, so it does not lose image information; this is typically the format preferred for print projects.
  • EPS – The .eps file is the original file format (Adobe Creative Cloud). It ensures the highest possible output quality. If you are working with a professional designer, this is the file format he or she will want to use.
  • JPG – This compressed .jpg file requires less memory than .eps or .tif file types. Use for web and email applications and for multimedia such as PowerPoint presentations.
  • GIF – This small file format uses the minimum amount of information possible. Use it for web and multimedia such as PowerPoint presentations. The .gif format provides the option of saving with transparent background. You can also use it for simple animations on the web.The .tif format does not use compression, so it does not lose image information; this is typically the format preferred for print projects.

Please do not alter the configurations and do not substitute any other font or wording. Refer to the LMP Style Guide for more information.

Links to individual files in the ZIP (use cntrl-click or option-click then "save link as"):

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