I've tried to balance creating very sharp images of the newsletter pages against creating enormous files that take forever to download and use up lots of disc space on the server. Generally I think the images are pretty good.

One other thing I've done is size the pages so they appear whole on the screen. You probably can't read some of them on line. The alternative is to leave them full size. In that case the images don't fit on the screen and you would have to continuously scroll left and right.

Probably the best way to view the pages is to download them (right-click, save image) and view them with an image viewer. With the image viewer you'll be able to zoom in for easy reading or print the image full size. Windows 95/98 have a nice little viewer (start--programs--accessories--imaging

If you have suggestions as to how this could work better, drop me an email.