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Create a custom Calendar

While you can buy hundreds of different calendars each year depicting celebrities, comic book heroes, nature, animals and landscapes you could be inclined to create a custom, unique calendar to either use by yourself or give to someone that you like very much. Custom calendars can make great gifts, especially if the person who receives them feels connected to the pictures of the calendar.

TKexe is such a software that walks the user right through the process of creating a custom calendar. The user has the choice between four different types of calendars: Monthly calendars, Birthday calendars, Yearly calendars or Weekly calendars. The Monthly , Yearly and Weekly calendars differ only in the amount of paper sheets and photos while the Birthday calendar does not show day names and years obviously.

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After selecting the type of calendar you have to select if you want to print the calendar locally or by using a print store instead. After that you select the period of the calendar. Instead of creating a calendar with 12 months you could create a 24 or 36 months calendar.

Finally, after configuring those settings you are asked to choose a template from ten for your custom calendar. The selected template will then be loaded and you are free to edit the images, add custom text below the image and add text to each day as well.

It is possible to change the font, text size and increase or decrease any element on the page. Everything is customizable making this the ideal software if you want to create a custom calendar.

Update: You can download the latest version of the program from the official program website. It is available for more than a dozen different languages.



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  1. gnome said on November 5, 2007 at 11:23 am

    Very nice!

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