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  1. #21
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    Congratulation to all, what a great job you all did. Loved reading it.
    Valerie

  2. #22
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    I've a google account too. That means additional 1024Mb Storage
    space for a lot of E-Mags If someone want me to publish the
    next E-Mags please drop me a note
    IrishRose and Andrea a sticky thread would be a very good idea for this
    project.
    Andy can you create a sticky thread for the E-Mags, please?

  3. #23
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    Thanks much Valerie and we are so glad you enjoyed it...It is a small issue but now that we are in all PDF mode.....the doors are open.

    We will be kickin the tires and lighting the fires!

    ARTRAGEus isn't it?

    Thanks again!
    BRAY and the ARTRAGEus E-Magazine staff

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    Thanks Stimpy


    You da man! We will be in touch.....



    Thanks again!

    BRAY

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    BobbyRay, congratulations on getting this out the door. A wonderful accomplishment of enthusiasm and commitment. If your current posting site doesn't work out, let me know. You are welcome to use my 4-share account for downloads if you need it. Works great.

    Again, congratulations.
    Last edited by byroncallas; 02-17-2010 at 10:18 AM.
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  6. #26
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    Byron,

    Thanks so much....it was a real fight beginning to the end.....but I never gave up the pursuit and challenges we faced. They were many and now it all seems like a dream come true. Your offer is most kind and I will be in touch with you if it is needed. I am looking into another possible option now. Really, I would just like to get some sleep....wo. hehe



    The volunteer (ragers) staff at ARTRAGEus E-Magazine THANK YOU!

    Bobby Ray Howle Editor

  7. #27
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    Loved the first issue; especially the tutorial on the modified presets. This is the type of thing I'd like to see as it helps one pick up fast on how to use the program.

    Also, in creating your magazine, if anyone has Microsoft Word 2007 and you use that to create your magazine, it might help ease the file size. Text files when .pdf,d are small and you can compress images in Microsoft Word 2007 down to 200 pixels yet maintain great quality in a .pdf. I had a 47 page report filled with pictures with a file size of over 44MBs. I compressed the images and it brought it down to under 4MB.

    I also took the current issue and using Adobe Acrobat brought it down to 1.9MB. So there are alternatives to keeping the file size smaller.

    My time is extremely limited as I work full-time, manage a couple of personal websites and have an elderly mother who is beginning to cause problems for my sister and I, but if I can help in any way, let me know.
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  8. #28
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    Rose & BobbyRay,great work on the magazine
    I didn't mean to be negative about the pdf quality but thought i'd ask.
    Keep up the good work.

    Hans

  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by haakoo View Post
    Might I ask with which program the pdf was created?
    It doesn't look crisp and the fonts are hard to read.

    Hans
    Yeah, that's because most of them were jpegs and quite small - you have to zoom out a bit...

    Bah. I can't get over all the typos I made...

    It was very interesting to read - looking forward to the next one!

  10. #30
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    Rose,

    Just call me Hans,yes just like our Belgium friend

    Hans

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