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  1. The Ability to add(Insert) a photo(s) to our posts and easily resize the image. When Making Posters this is crucial, if this is already something available... Please show how to go about it or provide somewhere to learn
  2. It's great news that the Publisher beta will be ready to download soon but I'm wondering if I need to sign up to be notified of its release. I already get the occasional email from "Affinity @ Serif.com" (spaces intentionally inserted) but don't know if the "newsletter" mentioned here https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/publisher/ was something different. Do I need to register, or is the newsletter mentioned the email I already get? P.S. I didn't know where to start this thread so I put it here.
  3. Hi there, I would like to design a newsletter in Affinity. In Photoshop it is easy to export as a webpage (html). How can I export my design in Affinity to html for web use/newsletters etc. thanks!
  4. I have been using Affinity Designer for all my design-related tasks since may 2015. So here is just a current piece i'm working on - its a newsletter for government. But i also love to use AD for illustration and digital drawing and painting. Just because it is totally cool :)
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