Propellerhead Top Tip

Right now calendars are probably not very high on your list of priorities but it’s never too early to start planning for 2007, or maybe you’ve just decided to organise the rest of the year. Either way, hidden away inside Microsoft Word there’s a little-known facility for making nifty-looking calendar pages. Here’s the Propellerhead quick-start guide to using it. Go to New on the File menu and select the Other Documents tab, if Calendar Wizard isn’t shown then click ‘Templates’ in the Create New box. If Word says the feature isn’t installed you may have to dig out your Word or Office installation disc and load that, but it’s worth the effort. Click the Calendar Wizard icon and follow the prompts to choose a style, layout and whether nor not you want space for a picture, then set the start and end dates and the finished design will appear. You can fiddle around with it as much as you like, it’s simply a Word document, and when you are happy with it just click Print and it’s done. 

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