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Quick question... in the backend/admin area of WHMCS, where can I edit the invoice and the invoice logo that is attached to an email that is sent.

I have installed an Invoice Style add-on, however, it seems to not be affecting the attachment invoice that is sent to clients. Where can I edit that logo and where does it take the logo from?

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The logo displayed on the PDF invoices is in the /assets/img/ folder. To change this logo, upload the required logo to the /assets/img/ folder. The name of the file should be "logo.jpg" or "logo.png".

The width of the logo image can be changed in the invoicepdf.tpl template file. On line 10, adjust the last number "75" before the closing bracket );. This variable defines the image width. A developer can then experiment increasing and decreasing it until happy.


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