Re: Newsletters -- what's the best tool for creating them?
This week I'm being asked to create a newsletter template that will be easy to use
and maintain in an environment that runs strongly to the non-technical (e.g.,
nobody knows how to use MS Word styles). I've been told I can recommend a tool for
purchase so long as it is not TOO expensive, can accept content from MS Office
products, and doesn't have a hefty learning curve. The newsletters will have 8.5 x
11 pages and may be distributed on paper or in PDF format.
Forget about a printed newsletter under the circumstances you describe.
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