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I use Publisher 2003 to create a web Newsletter. It goes out to an international readership that uses a wide variety of equipment. One reader notified me that the Newsletter is illegible when he sets the test size to be larger. What happens is that the text gets larger, but the images don't, so the text runs over the images. Sometimes the "images" also contain text, but Publisher has interpreted them as images because of some formatting. I can recreate the problem on my computer in Netscape View--Text Zoom--larger. It also happens with Internet Explorer--Text size--Largest. Any suggestions on how ...

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    Default Web Newsletter--Image and Text overlap in Netscape w/ View Font La

    I use Publisher 2003 to create a web Newsletter. It goes out to an
    international readership that uses a wide variety of equipment. One reader
    notified me that the Newsletter is illegible when he sets the test size to be
    larger.

    What happens is that the text gets larger, but the images don't, so the text
    runs over the images. Sometimes the "images" also contain text, but
    Publisher has interpreted them as images because of some formatting.

    I can recreate the problem on my computer in Netscape View--Text
    Zoom--larger. It also happens with Internet Explorer--Text size--Largest.

    Any suggestions on how to create my newsletter and avoid this problem?
    =?Utf-8?B?TGluZGE=?= Guest

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    PDF

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    JoAnn Paules
    MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



    "Linda" <microsoft.com> wrote in message
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I actually put up html and pdf versions of the
    Newsletter already. However, the html version has useful links that the pdf
    doesn't, so I'd like to be able to design the html version (in Publisher
    2003) such that the Text Size doesn't matter.

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    PDF is still the best solution. You can make the links work in the PDF version
    if you have a program that will handle it (and it does not necessarily have to
    be the grossly overpriced Adobe Acrobat).

    On Fri, 13 Jan 2006 05:36:02 -0800, "Linda" <microsoft.com>
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    Thanks. What programs (besides Acrobat) will let me put the links in?

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    Actually, if the reader is using Adobe Reader v6 or newer, you don't have to
    do anything. It "knows" what a link is.

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    JoAnn Paules
    MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



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