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Use Publisher to create and send email newsletters

Free newsletter template

When you want recipients to read the content of your publication in its original format, send your publication as an attachment. This way you won’t need to use an email template, you can use an existing customized newsletter template to create the newsletter. For more info on creating a newsletter see Create a newsletter.

You can send you attachment in any of these three formats:

    A Publisher publication

    A PDF file

    An XPS file

The best option is to send it as a PDF. When you send your publication as an email attachment, you don't need to preview its appearance in a browser, because email recipients will open and view the publication in the correct program.

      Send as Attachment

      Important When you send a Publisher publication as an e-mail attachment, the recipient must have Publisher installed to view the publication.

      Send as PDF

      Send as XPS

    In the message header, add email addresses for the recipients.

    In the Subject box, add a title for your email.

    On the toolbar above the message header, choose any other options that you want.

Create and send your newsletter as an email message

Publisher includes a lot of attractive, high-impact e-mail newsletter designs that you can send as messages.

Create the newsletter

    In Publisher, click Built-In.

    Note Click Customize to the color scheme and font scheme, as well as insert your business information, before you create the publication.

    In your email publication, replace the text and pictures in the publication with your own content.

    Save the e-mail newsletter.

Now that you’re finished creating your newsletter, you can send it as email.

Preview and send the newsletter

    To preview your newsletter, click File > Share > Email Preview > Email Preview.

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