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Many companies have logos that are composed of linked letters — take the logos for CNN and GE.
The capabilities of modern software programs make it easy to join characters, but that doesn’t mean you’ve got an instant logo. Linking letters takes some thought and experimentation with different typefaces and type styles. The results should fit the image the business wants to convey and its target audience.
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