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Hi Tim

Agreed on all of this.

I am also looking for an A4 source which I cannot get unless I special order from Staples. I will see if it works and let you know. I imagine that it will cost more ... before I do this, I will see if I can order this from a local printing shop where my music group gets their pamphlets printed; they may be able to get it at a cheaper rate.

Re: the "Open Sans Condensed", I am pointing people to go to the site you suggested, but more directly at this address:

--> font family:
--> font-face kit:



Le 03/04/13 11:24 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster a écrit :

I uploaded the "letter" size brochure with the text included, so the
designers could see about how the template design could look with text,
using the included color and fonts selected for the brochure.  You have
defined a specific green for both white and black backgrounds.  The font
used seems to be "Open Sans Condensed" [the font on the web opening
page] which has "light", "light italic", and "bold" versions available
for download in many places.

For me, I always take the design of a template and then add "suitable"
text and graphics that the design might be used for. Then I judge the
template design.

We need to have an "official" brochure, and template that has the
approval for the official branded logo.  Plus, we need to have the same
brochure, but in a "community logo" design that will work with laser and
inkjet printers.

So far, the "inksaver" version of the brochure design seems to work well
with both the b&w laser and the color inkjets I use.

Since you are working with the A4 page size design, since most of the
world but the USA, Canada, and maybe Mexico does not use, when the A4
template is updated/edited/etc., I can do the page formatting to letter
and do the modifications needed to get it to look like the A4 page size
version and then test it out on my USA/Letter printer.  My printers seem
to be able to print A4 but I cannot find any company that will provide
that size in single ream packages.  So I am stuck with Letter size
paper, but I will keep looking for a USA source.

So, in the end, we will need 4 versions:
      official - A4
      community - A4

      official - letter
      community - letter

The real "difference" between the A4 and Letter size is the panels have
different sizes due to the column and margin differences.

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