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  • 2010 Calender

    Long time no posting, the other night I was searching for a 2010 wall calender, couldn't find anything suitable so I knocked one up for work... It took a while as you can imagine so if anyone would like the indesign file as a resource please don't hesitate to drop me a line and I shall email so you can fiddle away! oh set up with English holidays...
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  • #2
    You should submit it on InDesign Templates on the Adobe site

    You could have done this a lot quicker using Automatic Numbering

    Don't forget to reuse your calendars

    Originally posted by eugenetyson View Post
    So you're doing Calendars - yeh. Sick of remaking them. I know I am.

    Here's a handy site to save you time. Recall the old calendars you've made, and plan for the future.

    "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott


    • #3
      Nicely done, legs! If you don't mind e-mailing me the .indd file, I'd appreciate it!
      This post is brought to you by the letter E and the number 9. Those are the buttons I push to get a Twix out of the candy machine.
      "I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process."


      • #4
        Would love to know how to auto number! Is it a feature in CS2? I only did the numbers 1 to 31 wasn't the nightmare I was expecting... thanks for the links! Garricks being emailed in 5


        • #5
          that does look like a neat calendar Legs.
          I made a similar calendar before and it sometimes takes efforts to be sure you have each number in teh correct location, to be sure you didn't goof on a row.
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          • #6
            I think - starts sweating and staring at it closely that I have got the dates correct!! Where do I put my disclaimer for missed birthdays?


            • #7
              Auto numbering was a feature introduced in CS3.

              Really made calendar creation a snap. And auto numbering paragraphs etc.

              I have some stuff done, but I'd have to strip out a load of info before posting it and if you don't have cs3 then it's no use to you anyway.

              And I would normally do the work and remove it and post it, but I couldn't be arsed today.

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              • #8
                getting back late to this...i have CS2 at work and CS3 at home. use work more often and now understand why i did not pick up on Auto-numbering. will need to look this over now.
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