Detail your newsletter by going through it, line by line, making sure that simple errors haven't crept in. Although today's word processing and page layout programs offer many advanced capabilities, programs differ in their ability to handle problems like the following:
Widows and orphans: - Widows and orphans refer to lines, or sentence fragments, isolated at the top or bottom of pages or columns. The worst case scenario occurs when a subhead appears by itself at the bottom of a page, separated from the paragraph it's introducing at the top of the next page.
Separated first and last names. If your software program permits it, insert non-breaking spaces to prevent first and last names from appearing on two lines. Likewise, avoid separating a month appearing at the end of one line and the remainder of the date at the beginning of the next line. Likewise, try to keep cities and states together.