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PUBLICATION ON THE WEBPAGES
Publishing club newsletters on individual web pages of
clubs has become a convenient method for some clubs to distribute their
newsletters to members rather than using regular mail. It is also
a method of sharing club activities with other clubs. Some
clubs are able to locate interesting speakers by reading the newsletter
of other clubs or recruit members of neighbouring clubs when an event is
planned and there is an insufficient number of participants to fulfill
their obligations. These are a few examples, but the advantages
SEND A NEWSLETTER FOR PUBLICATION ON THE INTERNET
Compose the newsletter letter on your computer using any word
processer or publisher software such as Microsoft Word,
Microsoft Publisher or Word Perfect
(You can convert the final documant to PDF in any of the foregoing
software programs or, if you have Adobe Acrobat you can use it to format the letter as a
file. This is prefeerable but not a necessity, as all letters that arrive
in MS Word or WP format, are then formatted by the publisher as a pdf.
file before being placed on the web site).
SAVE THE FILE
on your computer.
SEND THE FILE as
an email attachment to email@example.com
but, please ensure that your Club name is clearly identified in
the message Subjest line and the fact that it contains a Newsletter. The
Newsletter will then arrive at the desk of the publisher who will
place it on the internet.
A link will be created from the NEWSLETTER button on
the club web page. Because the newsletter on the web page is a
pdf file, you require ADOBE READER on your computer. Most
computers already have Adobe Reader, but if you cannot open the
newsletter, you can download it free by Clicking
To send an email attachment in
most any E-mail program
- Begin your email message then in the top menu click INSERT. In the Drop Down file click FILE
ATTACHMENT. Locate the PDF, MS Word or Word Perfect file you have
saved on your computer then click INSERT. You can then
send the file.
We realize these directions are basic knowledge for most
computer owners, but we receive numerous inquiries from members requesting
instructions. They are intended to assist those who have experienced
difficulty in sending their newsletters.
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