Here’s a present for my visitors and subscribers as a BIG “thank you” for all the support and encouragement I’ve received over the year!
Every year I send Christmas cards to all my clients with a calendar of the next year on the back. Putting something useful like a calendar on the back of a Christmas card creates extra value.
Single page 2011 Calendar in Illustrator EPS format download
Single page 2011 Calendar in Adobe Acrobat PDF format download
12 page 2011 Calendar in InDesign INDD format download
12 page 2011 Calendar in Adobe Acrobat PDF format download
A calendar you can use any year!
The calendars in Illustrator and InDesign come with linked text frames (or text boxes).
So, as you can see above, the dates are all linked. So if you want January to start on a Sunday (which it will in 2012) instead of Saturday, you type 26 and hit enter in the box before where 27 is now. Enter moves the text to the next linked text frame so that all the dates will shift over one day. It’s a lot better that moving them over one by one!
Here is a short video about linking text frames in InDesign and Illustrator using these calendars as an example.
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