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National CASA Member Logo Download Page

Two steps to complete: This is the National CASA Member Logo download page where first, you may download the Logo and then extract it to your computer. 

Member logo


Step 1. Download the Logo File
This is a self-extracting zipped file.  You may want to read and print this page so you can refer to it as you complete this process.  Click the download button below to begin the download and when prompted for a save location, please select your desktop (Choose SAVE and then click the drop-down arrow button next to the small horizontal window at the top of the and scroll up until you see the word 'Desktop' and click on it).  Then click the 'Save' button in the lower right to begin downloading the file to your desktop.  Once the download is finished, the download box will close. 

Step 2.  Unzip the File you Downloaded
Minimize your web browser by clicking the little 'minus' button in the upper right of the very top blue bar (if you have customized your desktop, your top bar may be a different color).  Now you should see your desktop (if you still have other program windows open, close or minimize them).  Find the icon for "National_CASA_Member_Logo.exe" and double-click it.  This will extract  the Member Logo file to your hard drive (this will be the 'C' drive unless you changed the extract location). Inside this folder you will find two folders, one with a mini icon version of the member logo and the other with a regular sized icon'.  If you need more information, please read on..

How do I find the 'NCASA_Member_Logo' folder on my 'C' drive?
Double-click the 'My Computer' icon on your desktop, then double-click the 'C Drive' icon, then look for the 'National_CASA_Member_Logo' folder and double-click the folder.  Inside you will see the two sub-folders mentioned above:



Download the logo files now.


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