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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by renfri, Jul 16, 2009.

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  1. renfri

    renfri Thread Starter

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    We create a newsletter in Publisher & then send to printers to print & then mail out. We are looking at creating a pdf file & 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? What do we have to have to manage pdf files. Thanks so much for any input!
     
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    Someone might write you a book to explain everything you need to know?

    Otherwise some hard work on your part would be needed. As an
    example, go to the library and get "up-to-date with technology."
    Especially if that is where you intend to be working in the future.
     
  3. renfri

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    I don't have a problem researching something but sometimes you need pointed in the right dierection. I know that Office 2007 with SP2 is suppose to handle PDF files. Logically thinking, if you can create a pdf file in Publisher 2007 you should be able to send it in Outlook 2007. I do not find pdf as an option in Save As in Publisher 2007. If it worked like different forums say it should be doable through Office 2007. I thought someone might be able to help me.
     
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    THAT is a much more direct question and I am sure someone can
    help with that.

    You can send a pdf file as an attachment with pretty much any email
    client. I am not a Publisher or MS Outlook expert but there are
    programs that you can use to create pdf files.

    Here is one, there are others. Freeware
    Create PDF for free, Free PDF Utilities, Save PDF Forms, Edit PDF easily.:
    http://www.cutepdf.com/
     
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