Free InDesign Newsletter Template 2

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Previously we gave you our first Free InDesign Newsletter Template. As a follow-up, we have here our second InDesign newsletter template freebie. This is another generic/multipurpose newsletter template design. It is dominantly aquamarine in color. but you can always change it to whatever color you like. Just prepare all your content then copy or drag them in. A few tweaks here and there, and voila, you now have a professionally looking newsletter that you can print or distribute in digital format. This newsletter template is only 4 pages long and in A4 size format (210mm x 297mm). It is in full-color with 2 and 3-column page layout. This is done in Adobe InDesign CS6 but CS5 users can always use the included IDML version included. Enjoy!

Designfreebies free InDesign newsletter template 2

Download link:

Free InDesign Newsletter Template 2 (indd and idml) – 1.9MB

12 comments

  1. George Xenos 3 September, 2013 at 23:59

    Hello,

    Thanks for the nice template. Is it possible to use the photos included as well? are they royalty free?

    Thank you very much

  2. Graphire 11 September, 2013 at 08:14

    Hi George. Sorry but the photos were included for layout purposes only. You should replace it with your own. Glad you like our template. Thanks.

  3. Paul 2 December, 2013 at 20:22

    Sorry, absolute newb at trying to make a little newsletter – how do I change the bottom of the page where it says “January 2013” to be the current month? Apart from that, it’s a great, sleek design!

  4. Graphire 4 December, 2013 at 09:59

    Hi Paul. You can edit the date on the bottom part by going to the Master Pages. From InDesign’s main menu, go to Window > Pages, to display the Pages panel. From the pages panel, double-click on the master pages (top part) you want to edit and do your changes. It will automatically change all pages associated with that master page you edited. HTH.

  5. Jennifer 19 April, 2016 at 03:29

    How do I get rid of what seems to be an embedded link in the upper right hand corner of the template, that is not included in the master page? I am trying to export to PDF. Thank you!

  6. Graphire 7 May, 2016 at 22:42

    Hi Jennifer, I checked the file and yes there is a text link on the upper right corner but it is more on the pasteboard part of the layout. Press W in InDesign to display the pasteboard and all elements in it, then select the text and delete it. HTH.

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