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Why not try to add the attribute table from .dbf file, open it in Excel, create your table design, and in the end, add it in ArcGIS as an object?
For best logo results, make sure you start with a PNG that has high pixel values, like 3500x3500 (if it's a square). Next, make sure you shrink that down to at most a couple inches. For export settings, set DPI to 600, and Image Compression to "LZW". Then export to PDF.
Another nice work around I regularly use to insert my company's logo with a transparent background is to add an additional dataframe in layout view. Then bring the transparent background tif or png in as a layer, zoom to layer, go to the symbology tab in layer properties change Stretch to none and Display background value (R,G,B, / 0,0,0) as hollow. Ensure ...
I prefer to use utf-8 throughout the script, encoding any strings where neccessary. oldname = elm.name.encode('utf-8') ... elm.name=oldname.replace(r"ä".encode('utf-8'),"ae".encode('utf-8')) It is also useful to declare the encoding at the top of each script. # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- See Alex's link to the Python Unicode page for more information.
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