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Topic: setting up newsletter on website or email
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 170854
From: renfri
Date: 7/16/2009 02:14 AM

We create a newsletter in Publisher & then send to printers to print & then mail out. We are looking at either put on website or send in an email. We are not very knowledgeable & not up-to-date with technology. We have a simple website using FrontPage 2000. We are upgrading to Microsoft Office 2007. We are running Server 2008 in Terminal Services & we do not have Exchange for Outlook. We just use regular Outlook through our Internet provider. Which way would be the easiest/cheapest & what would we have to have to do it? Thanks so much for any input


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