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How much would you charge to help me find a Calendar templa

Postby Kyle Kenley Kopitke » Sun Jan 10, 2016 4:09 am

Hi there Techies.

My name is Doctor Kyle Kenley Kopitke, and I am running for President if the United States of America. Please call me "Kyle."

I have been searching for a copyright free Monthly Calendar Template that I can type quotes into the boxes of the days of the month with no success.

What would you charge to help me find one?

I have attached a month from an edition I am "working on," but the margins are too far from the border (I want to go to the border for the largest space available). I also want to make the grey and blue areas white. I tried to upload a month from my 92 Quote Calendar but I was told the file was too big; from that one, I had 84,000 votes. That Quote Calendar was very effective.

I can send you a copy of that 92 if you email me.

Please pray over this.

Praise Ye The Lord,
00 00 January 2016 Calendar draft.docx
(14.63 KiB) Downloaded 121 times
open office 2.4 on windows xp
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Re: How much would you charge to help me find a Calendar tem

Postby RusselB » Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:28 am

The best way to make a file available to us, if it's too big for the forum upload, is to upload it to a file sharing service, like Dropbox or Mediafire
If you are still using OpenOffice 2.4, then there may be difficulties as most of the helpers are using more recent versions.
Additionally, your attachment is a .docx file, which uses a Microsoft format, and OpenOffice has compatibility issues with the .???X formats. LibreOffice is, to my understanding, more compatible.

As to Calendar templates, there are a few already made. A search for the term Calendar on brought back 235 matches. Here's the search link
OpenOffice 4.1.6 and LibreOffice on Windows 7 Pro & Ultimate
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