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Apr 02, 2002
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HTML newsletter lay-out tip -- does it print out?

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HTML newsletter lay-out tip -- does it print out? If the person designing your email newsletter is more used to Web sites than newsletters, they may make the mistake of designing your letter for screen readability versus printed readability. The thing is, many, many people print your newsletter out either to read it, or to file it, or to pass it on to someone who prefers printed copies. One problem I see occasionally is that newsletters (and web pages too) with a left hand navigation column so wide that when you print them out, the right side is cut off. There's nothing more annoying than printing off a letter to read later, and then finding that the last two words at the end of each line are cut off.
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