The logo that I want to add a background to experiment with different background colors is the one on the artboard.

Here is a link to it: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o9BEsZzCWdXOPojwrxUQnXrui03cpoVy/view?usp=sharing

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    Are you familiar with Adobe Illustrator? That is merely a standard illustrator file. Are you asking how to use Illustrator? Have you attempted anything yet? Is so, what? – Scott Feb 6 '19 at 2:13
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    Google shows the logo via your link. After seeing it I suggest you do some searches with word "rectangle" and learn from Illustrator's manual how to draw a rectangle with solid color fill and how to arrange a shape behind anothers. – user287001 Feb 6 '19 at 8:29
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  • I do have access to all the native files and have full rights of the designs of the person who designed it. I did try to click on the background, to export it as a png file. And that didn't help. I also googled it and tried some things I read from different blog posts I read. However, after reading the very helpful comments here, I used the rectangle tool to draw a rectangle on top of it. Then I changed the rectangle to black. And then I used Arrange to send the rectangle to the back and it worked GREAT. Thank you all for the help!! – skatersean Feb 7 '19 at 2:00

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