Beth, The first issue that you might run into is one of scaling. A normal flyer is usually 8.5 x 11 printed. When you scale that into a graphic to fit the size of the email many times it becomes unreadable at such a small size. A lot would depend on the original art work and design. Its better to design the output to meet the medium than it is to have it squeezed to fit it. Consider making the flyer in CTCT and then converting THAT to the printed version. Test it and see. YMMV Regards, Tony
Make the flyer a PDF, and redo the flyer in CTCT with a link to the PDF for printing.
I am so sorry for my ignorance....what is CTCT? Thank you for the suggestions!
CTCT = Constant Contact. That's the name the company uses here on the board. I don't mind using CC either. CTCT is their stock handle on NASDAQ
The PDF file type is not a supported "graphic" file type for the web. They will need to be converted to either PNG, GIF or JPG. You will need a program that converts these files types and more than likely get familiar with some basic graphic editing. Do an Google search on PDF to PNG OR PDF to JPG converter. Regards, Tony
Snagit captures images and saves them as JPG. Works very well for me: www.techsmith.com/snagit/
I drop them into publisher and save them in whatever format I need. Works great!
Where or which template can be used for creating a flyer in CT?