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How do newsletters for internal (i.e., within a company) or external audiences differ?
Weegy: To implement a communications strategy it is necessary to identify the communications tools that will most effectively engage internal and external audiences in satisfying the overall strategy goals. [ Depending on the size of an organization, a few considerations to make are: For internal audiences: Identifying internal communication needs, such as: (a) creating a deeper understanding of other existing projects and how they fit in the overall organization's objectives; (b) identifying common issues and experiences and how they were handled; (c) avoiding duplication of work, d) keeping board members and "top management" informed of progress and obstacles in projects; (d) identifying areas of internal collaboration; and (e) enhancing communication with external audiences.Identifying external communication needs according to your different audiences and in different contexts. For instance, a project may involve the participation and coordination of various other organizations that need a permanent communication system to work together in organizing events or developing and sharing documents related to the events. Another project may involve posting a survey on the Web site that needs to be simple and straightforward to entice the audience to respond immediately and seek future results. Engaging the board of directors in a more active role in the strategic planning of the organization may also require a special communication set-up that would facilitate sharing documents, receiving feedback and having virtual meetings to finalize decisions. ] (More)
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What is the difference between the following techniques for copying objects from one program to another: Copy & Paste, Embedding, Linking?
Weegy: Copy/paste is a means of moving text, data, pictures, etc. Embedding is taking an object's code (most common is HTML) and inserting it into code somewhere else to make an object appear. [ Linking is adding an address to navigate to another website, object, etc in text. ] (More)
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What are the advantages, if any, of making changes to a style sheet by editing the code, versus through the CSS Styles panel?
Weegy: In print design, [ styles are great timesavers because they enable you to combine a collection of formatting options (such as Arial and bold and italic) into one style and then apply all those options at once to any selected text in your document by using only a single style. The advantage is that if you change a style, you can automatically apply the change everywhere you’ve used that style in a document.On the Web, you can do all that and more with CSS because you can use style sheets for even more than just text formatting. For example, you can use CSS to create styles that align images to the left or right side of a page, add padding around text or images, and change background and link colors. You can even create more than one style sheet for the same page @@md say, one that makes your design look good on computers, another for cell phones, and a third for a printed page ] (More)
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As a web designer, how would you protect your content and images on your website?
Weegy: As a web designer, the best thing to do on how you protect your content and images on your website is by Copyrighting your website it can protect against blatant content theft. [ When you have copyrights for your website content, then you can protect it from people who altogether copy the contents word by word and place it on their website without giving you any credits. ] (More)
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If Helen contributes a chart from Microsoft Excel to the newsletter in Word, what is another term for the location into which she pastes this chart? a. source b. null object c. delineated space d. destination
Weegy: If Helen contributes a chart from Microsoft Excel to the newsletter in Word, the another term for the location into which she pastes this chartis a d. destination (More)
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