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authorized as a spokesperson for the organization listed by sending a message
from a current ISU Computer Center email account.

Messages  should be of interest to the campus in general. Messages of a personal nature (cars for sale, houses for rent, etc.) will not be posted.

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Title of Message (Please do not enter HTML code here.  Be brief but descriptive--will be used as email web-link and as heading on the Bulletin Board)





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Please note that the submission process will not preserve the formatting of your text (e.g. paragraph breaks, indents and tabs) unless you utilize HTML tags within the text.  Consequently, each submission not using HTML tags will be published as one run-together paragraph.  Following is a message demonstrating the basics. Here is a link to learn more.

   

 

Following is an example message:

This is a <b>sample</b> announcement.  It gives an example of HTML code.  Most HTML elements require both an opening and closing tag like those surrounding the word "sample" in the first sentence.  To begin a new paragraph enclose the letter "p" in angle brackets as shown below.
<p>
This line begins the <i>second</i> paragraph.  A paragraph may be centered by surrounding the text with the word "center" in opening and closing brackets, as shown below.

<p>
<center>This short paragraph is centered.</center>

<p>
Format for short lines (line breaks) <br>
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood <br>
And sorry I could not travel both <br>
And be one traveler, long I stood <br>



The message will look like:

This is a sample announcement.  It gives an example of HTML code.  Most HTML elements require both an opening and closing tag like those surrounding the word "sample" in the first sentence.  To begin a new paragraph enclose the letter "p" in angle brackets as shown below.

This line begins the second paragraph.  A paragraph may be centered by surrounding the text with the word "center" in opening and closing brackets, as shown below.

This short paragraph is centered.

Format for short lines (line breaks)
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood