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TOPIC: Space Between Header and Cover Pic on Cover

Space Between Header and Cover Pic on Cover 2 years 10 months ago #63241

Hi All,
New to HIP and slowly figuring things out.....
Attached is a pic of my cover page, using Serge's NOVAHI template. I see in his .pdf example report, that his cover photo is higher up on the page than I can achieve. I've also seen other reports where the photo is higher up on the page. While I can adjust my stationary to prevent the text from bleeding into my logo, I would rather move the photo up. Any ideas?
Thanks,
Rick
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Re: Space Between Header and Cover Pic on Cover 2 years 10 months ago #63246

Hi Rick,

Serge is taking his photo in Portrait mode which is why it's a bit higher. We're working on a new cover feature that will give you a lot more control but as of right now the photo is auto placed. You can remove your address right now or lower your stationery logos as well to adjust things. Feel free to give us a call too if you need detailed help.

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Re: Space Between Header and Cover Pic on Cover 2 years 5 months ago #63516

Has this issue been resolved yet? I've noticed my cover sheet looks bunched up. Is there a way to evenly space them out?
Thanks,
Albert

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Re: Space Between Header and Cover Pic on Cover 2 years 5 months ago #63517

I tried to open the report in adobe Illustrator so that I could make some more customized changes to the cover photo and possibly add a footer to all report pages with a key for the ratings...When i try to open the file, Illustrator says that it is password protected - any idea what this password might be? Any other suggestions on editing the cover page and adding footers to other pages?

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Re: Space Between Header and Cover Pic on Cover 2 years 5 months ago #63523

While this doesn't answer the question that some have, consider the following. While it is nice to show your "badges", "memberships",and other fancy labels when marketing for the job, you already have the job. The report is the culmination of your completing the job. Let's be realistic here. The client reads the report... actually they probably just skim it. The agent reads the summary. That's the end. Nobody else is going to see the report so there really isn't any marketing to do at this point. Make your final report clear, concise, and to the point. If anybody looks at the cover page for more than a second, it is to look at the photo of the home, not your personal / business information. JMHO.

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Re: Space Between Header and Cover Pic on Cover 2 years 5 months ago #63524

David Fowler wrote: I tried to open the report in adobe Illustrator so that I could make some more customized changes to the cover photo and possibly add a footer to all report pages with a key for the ratings...When i try to open the file, Illustrator says that it is password protected - any idea what this password might be? Any other suggestions on editing the cover page and adding footers to other pages?


The security setting does not have a password. You either leave it on or turn it off. Remember if you turn it off so you can modify the final PDF, that means anybody else can modify it as well, unless you put your own security password in through your PDF program. If you want to turn off the security, it is done under Report Settings, Options, Security. I leave it off and since I host the report on my own website, I add my own secure password for both the client and a master password for myself if I need to make changes.

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