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    I need to create 4 different planners, each with 4 different layouts. What is common are the dates and the particular holidays and occasions on each day, but the layouts and design are different. I'm at beginner level with InFesign and need to quickly move to advanced or hire out for creating templates for me. This is for a large planner project for my print shop. Any advice is welcome: online tutorials, tutors who can zoom in and teach me, or contracting out for the construction of the templates.

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      Maybe check into Tables and setting up a Data Merge.

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