TechPro wrote:Yes, you could output it as a PDF and then post that ... but have you actually tried that? I have.
Typically, the person who creates the Ward Bulletin is not a person putting the info on the Ward (or Stake) website. This then requires the Ward (or Stake) website admin to get an electronic version of the material used for the bulletin (which will often include fonts and formats that are custom to the bulletin creator's computer) and then create the PDF file(s) since many of the bulletin creators can't (or don't know how) create the PDF versions themselves despite free PDF creation software is readily available.
Still with me?
TechPro wrote:Yes, that is a simple solution ... and one I've tried to implement with 5 different Ward Bulletin authors ... and I have yet to receive the bulletin already in PDF format just once without me having to do it for them.
RussellHltn wrote:Just as a note, anyone can submit a news item. It doesn't have to be the web admin. The only thing actually required of them is to approve it.
JAOCON wrote:Ok, so back to GoogleDocs... (I am not familiar with the Ward/Unit website as I do not have access)
carolaskew wrote:This thread is a little old, but just in case someone out there is still considering this...
I was just called yesterday to create our ward bulletin. Just have to say that I would love a tool like this. I personally don't have much desire to be "creative" with our bulletin. I want it to be accurate, and I would like to be able to update the information and produce each week's bulletin quickly and easily.
Regarding other things discussed in this thread - as far as I know, some overworked member of our Bishopric is responsible for updating our online ward website information on lds.org, and it never gets done. And I am capable of creating PDF's myself. :-) But I've been in IT for many years, so I may be unusual.
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