First, you need to have an e-mail address for the individual you will be addressing the e-mail to. This person should not be an employee but an investigator or other knowledgeable person you have access to. That way, you are able to forward the e-mails without any comments about who initiated the e-mail or what you are looking for.
Do not write the name of the case study analysis in the e-mail. The recipient should have to type it in for the subject line and to make sure they have saved it in their inbox. Also, you don’t want your e-mail to be picked up by anyone else’s computer in the house. You should not send to your friends and family unless it is truly appropriate.
Next, open the case study analysis you want to send to the recipient and open it in a PDF file. Print out the cover page and the background page. These two pages will help you determine the size of the e-mail, since you need a special PDF viewer in order to view it.
Use the PDF viewer on your computer to compare the new e-mail to the original e-mail. You may notice some differences that you want to point out. For instance, if there is a highlighted statement, print it out. Then, highlight it on your own and print it out, too.
If you do not have an HTML editor, you can always use the in-text version instead of the HTML versions. You can also use a special feature that helps convert your page into HTML. If you think that the HTML version would not work well, then try using the in-text version.
After you have both versions, print them out and scan them with a scanner or ink jet printer. For the “in text” conversion, you will need to use the specially designed printer. The conversion software will automatically find the right setting for you, and then you will not have to worry about converting the PDF files to HTML.
When you scan the PDF, you will get a “converted” page that looks like the one that you started with, but is formatted in HTML. It will also show the exact page where the PDF file was created and where the converted HTML file will be. Now, you can scan it and open it in your browser for the HTML version, if you want to.
Once you have the HTML version, you can move it onto your personal computer or printer. After you have uploaded it, you can use a word processor to print it out. There are some good word processors that have the Adobe PDF converter.
Then, you can copy and paste the web addresses that are in the web format into the boxes at the bottom of the case study analysis. This is done to make sure that you get accurate formatting. If you want to be able to print the final, PDF version of the case study analysis, then you will need to have the Adobe PDF converter. Otherwise, you can use the HTML version for the final step.
You can use a printer for the final step and scan the PDF case study analysis into an image file. Then, you can export this to JPEG format and save it to a CD or a DVD. Or, you can use a digital camera to capture the image and transfer it to a USB drive for a more portable digital file.
When you have used the above steps, you can create an Adobe PDF or print out the case study analysis in HTML format. for future reference.