I have an option that is not optimal but it worked for me. I downloaded my newsletter as a pdf, then went to one of those free converter apps, and converted it from a pdf to Word. It wasn't perfect, I still had to work with it but eventually I got pages that were the right size and formatted correctly, and I printed them. A note: before I signed up for CC, I asked if I could print my newsletter, knowing I would need print copies for a few board members, and they said, "Oh yes!" What they didn't say is that it would come out as a pdf so you couldn't change anything and the pages were always off. Live and learn!
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I just got my new employer to pay for Constant Contact because of its great features, which included the anchor links! I can't believe you took away something that many of your customers use and are begging you to bring it back. And I'm even more disappointed in your response: "With the current state of email clients, the majority of them actually don't support anchor links. Apple's iOS email client, Yahoo!, as well as Android don't support anchor links. Due to these email clients holding more than half of the market share in email clients, adding anchor links into campaigns would cause a very inconsistent experience for the majority of recipients." What a cop out! Pay attention to your customers!
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