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– click on it in Recent Posts in the sidebar, or
– click on the category The Weekly – our newsletter in Committees & Topics in the sidebar, or
You will be asked to put in the password to read the Woodsworth Weekly.
If you have used a protected (passworded private) page on our website recently, likely your computer will remember you and you won’t have to type in the password.
If you don’t know the password, please look in a back issue of a print copy of The Weekly, or ask a neighbour or staff member. Or members, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reading the Weekly on a tablet
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Navigating the Weekly and other PDFs on our website
On the grey bar at the bottom of each page, there is a toolbar. Use the toolbar to see that page full screen, increase the font size, or download the document to your own device.
Use the grey toolbar to:
- see the document full screen
Click on the box made of four arrows on the toolbar.
- make the text larger.
Click on the + (plus) symbol until it is large enough
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Click on the download symbol (down arrow).
About the Weekly
For policies and information about submissions, deadlines, what can be published and more, see Newsletter policies
Emailing the Weekly
– send an email to email@example.com
– if the item is for publication, please put “please publish” or something similar in the subject line.
– we prefer that your text be in the body of the email rather than an attachment. Use attachments if you need a flyer to be published or if the item has special formatting.
Help with PDF files
Likely you will have a PDF reader on your device.
However, if you can’t open a copy of the Weekly to read it, likely you will need to get a reading program.
You can find free versions of the original Adobe Acrobat reader for both Windows and Macintosh at www.adobe.com. (Be sure to un-check the option to download any extras!)
There are mobile versions in the Android Play store, and in the Apple App store.
On Windows, a particularly nice option is to download a tiny program called Sumatra (from www.sumatrapdfreader.org). It’s much simpler than Acrobat, yet very powerful.