An error occurred while saving the commentTiffany Hanson commented
This is my workaround:
1. If you have Outlook, open your newsletter email. Outlook usually prevents the pictures from downloading and has a bar at the top of the email to click to download the pictures, and also offers the option to view the email in a browser. Click that link to view the email in a browser window.
2. In the browser window, press control+P to print, choose Microsoft print-to-pdf.
3. You may have to go through the print options to remove page numbers and url that are automatically applied in the pdf document.
4. Open the pdf file, and using the snipping tool, capture a jpg image of the first page of the newsletter.
5. Upload the pdf file of the newsletter to the website's files.
6. On the association's website, add the jpg of the first page of the newsletter to the site page where you want newsletters displayed, and link the jpg image to the pdf file, so that when a user clicks on the jpg image, the entire newsletter pdf will appear.