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Creating an Email Newsletter from Microsoft Word
By: Craig Bucknall
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    In this article I will show you the easy way to create a newsletter based on tables in Microsoft Word ready for importing into your email program for distribution.

    Step 1: Open a blank word document and insert a table with 3 columns and 6 rows. I recommend merging the top 3 cells and the bottom 3 cells into header and footer rows so you can easily add the company logo on the header row and your address details on the footer row.

    Step 2: Merge the left side rows of the remaining rows into 1 column.

    Step 3: Add your logo image or Business Name to header area and Address details to footer area, donít forget to add email and website URL links here as well.

    Step 4: Formulate a welcome message to introduce your newsletter and its content.

    Step 5: Keep the information in the newsletter brief and to the point, if you have more information on your website make sure you link directly to that article or news/product item on your website. Introduce bullet pointís news snippets with links in the left side column.

    You have now created A HTML newsletter that looks like a webpage. Colours and graphics can easily be modified to suite your corporate colours etc. You now have a simple easy to edit Word Document ready for publication via email.

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