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From: Eichelberger, Mark [mailto:Mark -dot- Eichelberger -at- aftech -dot- fiserv -dot- com]
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 10:16 AM
Subject: RE: Word's "HTML" Output (was: Outputting to HTML and PDF
Hi all. I currently write a weekly newsletter sent to clients via email and
posted in pdf format on the company website. We are toying with the idea of
sending an HTML version via email for clients that can read HTML email; i.e.
Outlook. The source for this newsletter is Word but I am hesitant on using
the Word's HTML output feature for the reasons mentioned by both Bryan and
Sandy. Does anyone else create HTML emails and if so, do you use an HTML
editor such as Dreamweaver to create it? Thanks in advance!
Mark -dot- Eichelberger -at- Aftech -dot- Fiserv -dot- com
610 993 8000 x534
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