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Calendars are always a hot search term for Publisher users. You want to create yearly calendars, school calendars, insert calendars into newsletters, and put calendars on business cards. Here's how you can do all those things.
Creating a 2011 calendar is as simple as opening one of the 2011 calendar templates. However, we're three quarters of the way through 2011, and you may want to create a school calendar for the 2011-2012 school year, or a customized calendar based on a project timeline. So, how do you create a 2011-2012 calendar? The trick is to use one of the calendar templates installed with Publisher rather than one of the downloadable templates. The installed templates let you specify the date range when you select the template.
Simply click on the Set Calendar Dates button and select the range you want. For example, you can make a school calendar by selecting September 2011 as the Start date and June 2012 as the End date.
I see quite a few comments on our Help topics asking about inserting a calendar of events into a newsletter. This is really easy.
In Publisher 2003/2007, click the Insert menu and select Design Gallery, then select Calendars. Choose one of the calendar items and set the month and year.
In Publisher 2010, click the Insert tab and select Calendars in the Building Blocks group. The calendars are grouped by This Month, Next Month, and More Calendars.
In Publisher 2010, click the Insert tab and select Calendars in the Building Blocks group. The calendars are grouped by This Month, Next Month, and More Calendars. If you want to set a different date range that does not include this month or next; select More Calendars, choose the calendar you want and set the month and year.
To add calendars for multiple months, say for the next three months in a quarterly newsletter; simply add three calendars, one for each month
Ok, this one is really simple. Select one of the Wallet Size or Business Card calendar templates to create your publication and set the Timeframe and calendar dates.
You can also create a second page and put your business card information on the other side and use the calendar as a business card.
As always, if you've got any questions or tips please let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading!
-- Bob deLaubenfels
I use two email accounts with outlook 2010. I can search email from webmail account but I can not search email from gmail account, I reinstalled Office 2010 and Windows 7 but can not solve this problem?
Please help me!
Hey Truong - I'm afraid I don't know the answer to your problem. Have you asked over at the Outlook 2010 forum at Microsoft Answers? Here's the URL:
2010 publisher making a calendar is not as user friendly as the older versions, having hard making an 11 X 17 calendar, can't change set the calendar dates without changing the template then pages back to 81/2 x 11. I used to be able to make say 3 months of calendars 11 x 17 when I'd get to the last month of my group to the left was a payne that said change calendar dates I would change and the new months I put in there would replace the ones there keeping the same size and if I was to include one existing month from the old group it would keep that one with info. that was on it and then make the new months for me to fill in. I need the 11 x 17 I fill in lots of info per day on calendar. is there a way to still do this? Thanks ED
I am trying to put a shape OVER a calendar date on a year calendar. Pulbisher won't let me go over a number. It highligts the whole month. I am trying to put shapes over dates to match a legend for types of meetings.