Directions to download logos:
To download an EPS, GIF, or JPG file: right-click (Win) ctrl+click (Mac) on the file name.
Select 'Save Link As...'
Choose the location you wish to save the file.
Click 'Save'.

To download the Entire Package left-click on the logo package you wish to download.
Open with WinZip (Win) or StuffIt Expander (Mac).

Windows users using WinZip Classic:
Click the 'Extract' button in WinZip
Choose the location you wish to save the file.
Click the 'Extract' button in the Extract window.
The folder will now be in the location you selected

2 Color Logo

Select an image
format to download:
w/ Name
EPS
GIF
JPG (300 dpi)
JPG (72 dpi)
Entire Package
w/o Name
EPS
GIF
JPG (300 dpi)
JPG (72 dpi)
Entire Package

1 Color Screen Logo

Select an image
format to download:
w/ Name
EPS
GIF
JPG (300 dpi)
JPG (72 dpi)
Entire Package
w/o Name
EPS
GIF
JPG (300 dpi)
JPG (72 dpi)
Entire Package

White Logo & Transparent Background

Select an image
format to download:
w/ Name
EPS
GIF
Entire Package
w/o Name
EPS
GIF
Entire Package



WBC Wood
7 icons

Select your
format to download:

Macintosh    Windows

To customize a folder icon:
Right-click the folder, and then click Properties.
On the Customize tab, click Change icon.
In the Change Icon dialog box, click Browse , navigate to the new icon you want to use, select it, and then click Open.
Click OK , and then click OK again to apply the change.
To customize a shortcut icon:
Right-click the shortcut you want to customize, and then click Properties.
On the Shortcut tab, click Change Icon.
In the Change Icon dialog box, click Browse , navigate to the new icon you want to use, select it, and then click Open.
Click OK , and then OK again to apply the change.

To customize a folder icon:
To apply an icon of your choice to a file, folder, or application Click the file, folder, or application you would like to change.
Select "Get Info" from the File menu at the top of your Desktop or simply press command+i.
Click the icon you would like to use for the file, folder, or application.
Select "Get Info" from the File menu at the top of your Desktop or simply press command+i.
Select and copy (command+c) the icon in the upper left of the Info window.
Select and paste (command+v) the icon in the upper left of the Info window of the file, folder, or application you would like to change.
The icon should now be updated and you can close the Info windows. This should work for any Finder object for which you have permission to change.