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I work with many different federal lands all of which can be associated with iconic logos (think National Park Service, National Wildlife Refuge System, etc.). I'd like to create a 'Style Reference' that has all of the different logos to denote point data.

This will be a working style reference as I encounter new features from time to time. Any reference to maintaining or editing a style reference would be helpful.

I'm assuming the preferred format would be .emf (vector) to maintain transparency, but I'm not at all familiar with the style format structure or file type.

National Park Service National Wildlife Refuge System

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The Style Manager dialog box lets you organize styles and their contents (symbols and map elements).

Use the Marker Symbols to store your custom logos etc.

You can save the style out to a file (.style) and import it to other installs of ArcGIS

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If have a licence above Basic (Arcview) ArcGIS for Desktop Standard (ArcEditor) and ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced (ArcInfo)

There is also Cartographic Representations that can override Marker Symbols http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//00s50000004m000000

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Do marker symbols in the style manager support transparency through .emf? –  Roy Jun 14 '12 at 21:14
    
with .emf file - yes. –  Mapperz Jun 14 '12 at 21:18

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