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I have been receiving e-mail newsletters that look like Web pages - how is that done?
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Microsoft Publisher will let you save publications as html files and publish them on the web
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What e-mail program do you use?  I know that Netscape Messenger allows HTML formatting of e-mails, so you can basically do anything you can do in a web page.  If you attach an html file with Messenger it will even display that page with images, javascript, sound, everything if they are included in the e-mail.  It's pretty cool (unless the page has a ton of javascript errors which pop up all over the place when you click on the e-mail message).
I'm sure that some other e-mail programs allow at least some html formatting as well.
-Josh
P.S. Did I miss something or did aburr address something different than the question?  I'm confused....
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by:kateilles
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aburr's answer did not address the question.  I have the correct answer from JBirk, but do not know how to redirect the points.
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thanks, glad to have helped.  Did I fully answer your question, or did you have any more questions about it?
-Josh
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