I'm not certain if this is the right area to post this, but I'm sure if it needs moving, a mentor will take pity on me, be kind, and move it. Anyway, a friend of mine has a logo image that she only has a scan of. It's a black outline drawing on a white background. I have it in both a .tiff format and .jpg format. She needs it for both online use on a webpage and touchy-feely printing use for business cards and letterhead. The problem is the background. I'm pretty certain what I need to do is isolate the line-drawing image and turn the background transparent so we can place it on any colour background and not have a square around it. For the life of me, I'm having a massive brain-cramp and can't figure out how to make that happen. I have Photoshop; I'm just spectacularly bad with it. Any help, suggestions, instructions, anything would be hugely appreciated.