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Creating an HTML Newsletter

Oh man, I think I just bit off way more than I can can chew. I volunteered to create a newsletter for http://www.thecrisispapers.org, and now they are asking for an HTML newsletter (we'll send out the newsletter as text and as html). I'm definitely not well-versed in HTML, and I'm wondering if there is a program that will allow me to make up something without actually doing it in HTML.

If anyone can point me to a good tutorial website even, that would be so helpful.

I know I should just learn HTML, but unfortunately, the turnaround time has to be quicker than I would be to learn it.

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November 5, 2004 in GMT Tips and Tricks | Permalink


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You might also try looking at NVU. It's a free, fairly simple html editor that you don't need to know any code to use. Just design your newsletter like any other document or cut and paste from Word and then import into the email client of your choice for distribution.

It looks a bit intimidating at first (and their web page doesn't help) but it really is simple stuff.

Posted by: Jesse at May 25, 2005 12:23:28 PM

Are you kidding? Just do a Web search for: HTML +email +tutorial. That ought to get you going. MS Word will convert standard Word docs into HTML also - if that helps.

Posted by: Allen at May 24, 2005 5:17:40 PM

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