- We do two different versions. My assistant puts the material together and sends it to me and another gal who does the layout for the print version. I putMessage 1 of 3 , Jun 1, 2007View SourceWe do two different versions. My assistant puts the material together
and sends it to me and another gal who does the layout for the print
version. I put together the electronic, she does the print, and usually
we end up finishing at about the same time. Sometimes I get the
electronic out a couple of days sooner, which I see as a perk to getting
the email. If you'd like more info about our electronic version (the
company we use has a pretty slick setup) you can email me off-list.
Coordinator of Volunteers
Kansas Audio-Reader Network
- If you have PDF, you can print to PDF by choosing the PDF or PDF distiller from your printer options. It will then make it a PDF file for you to save, and thenMessage 2 of 3 , Jun 1, 2007View SourceIf you have PDF, you can print to PDF by choosing the PDF or PDF distiller from your printer options. It will then make it a PDF file for you to save, and then using your regular printer option, print the saved PDF newsletter. If you print your newsletter on legal size paper, but sure to change the paper size before printing to PDF. Sandra ElliottGirl Scout Volunteer--- On Thu 05/31, paigevr < pvanriper@... > wrote:From: paigevr [mailto: pvanriper@...]To: email@example.comDate: Thu, 31 May 2007 19:09:24 -0000Subject: CyberVPM: HTML newsletter and printed newsletter?
We are about to create an HTML template for our volunteernewsletter/calendar and while the majority of our volunteers want toreceive it electronically, there are some who choose to receive it viamail. What do others do in this circumstance? Is there a way tocreate an HTML template that could be easily translated to a printedversion? Paige Van RiperDirector of Volunteer & Community Engagement TreePeoplepvanriper@...
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