I know there are some very clever people in this club. I'm hoping someone can help me with some IT info because I'm such an amateur. I've recently been emailing a stencil design company, trying to get a stencil printed for our business at a size of around 400mm so we can spray paint the logo on different surfaces. They asked for a PDF file, which I had emailed to other companies previously for uniform logos and product labels etc and had never had an issue. This stencil company informs me; 'you have elements that are still images, not vectors and the text shift is most likely due to the fact that it hasn't been converted to outlines. We would also need to insert all the required tabs...' and wants to charge more to convert the file to vector. I questioned if I paid for this process would I get to keep the converted file for future personal use. The answer was no, that would cost double the amount. After that, I intend on looking elsewhere to have a stencil done. I'd imagine it would be a tricky logo to create a stencil from and would have to be adjusted slightly due to the unattached outline... (I'll attach a pic). One company has already told me my logo wasn't suitable for a stencil. If anyone can tell me a place they know of for stencil work or perhaps an online company that might convert the file (one to keep) at a reasonable price, I'd be truly grateful. Cheers, Chrissy.