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my OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I am trying to design a template for a newsletter for my nonprofit.  I use office 2007 and thus have Word 2007.  Long time ago I used to use Adobe page Maker, but I have lost my software.  Can the gurus please suggest some template ideas and layout.  Or possibly where I can drop the contents of the newsletter into a predesigned template all ready to go.  Thank u.
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My thought is that there is unlikely to be much commonality between different newsletters, so you might as well design one from scratch to suit your subject.

However, Microsoft has quite a few newsletter templates for Word, Publisher and Outlook here:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/templates/results.aspx?qu=newsletter&queryid=454c29f6-74a4-435f-9af2-831ca0111b9b&vtags=Newsletter
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Thank u for an excellent start.  Well done.
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