If you are a Windows user (or indeed if you are a Mac user and fancied the calendar I showed yesterday but couldn’t be bothered to do it) this one is for you. A reminder that this is a standard paper size (A4 or US Letter 8.5 x 11) top half of the page blank, bottom half of the page with calendar) and includes UK or US Holidays.
It occurred to me that it was possible, in fact quite EASY, to do one additional step to make the calendars that work into printable PDFs for download! All that was required was to set it up for printing but do the Print > PDF > Save as PDF step one more time. So I did.
There are two calendars, two versions. First, my favourite, BIG DATE. This is what the calendar grid looks like:
I love that it includes the small Last Month/Next Month at the bottom and the grayed out dates to complete the grid. The one you see has the UK holidays but I did a US Holidays version as well, in US letter size. The be honest, I think the A4 version would have fit fine on the US letter paper, but as I had to make the Holidays version, it seemed silly not to make it US Letter as well.
Next, I did the Picture Calendar version, which looks like this:
I did play around with the option to change fonts but it refused to use the ones I picked so these are the standard, as they come, fonts. I have also worked out how to remove the photo pages and replace them with blank pages, which makes all the other calendars work too, but I’m not going to make them all. These two are the most useful. The others either have coloured page backgrounds (so too greedy with ink), Like VINTAGE:
Or are too “cute” to be of universal appeal, like Kids Cutouts:
And there may very well be more options for this process in later versions of the Mac OS than Snow Leopard, so Mac users do experiment!
I have a LOT on today – this is our scaled down and time-shifted Thanksgiving day. DS is still up in Scotland, and the meal has been totally planned by DD – turkey, gravy, roast potatoes, green beans (or broccoli, she is still undecided) and pineapple upside down cake with custard. I’ve never made one, nor eaten one, but it’s what she wants so I’m having a go. So probably no more crafting for me today. I put these on UKS for download (at least the UK versions) and people have tested them but if there are any issues, comment and I’ll have a look and sort it if need be.
Happy (late) Thanksgiving !