Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing the table, part of Designing a Calendar.
So here's the compact calendar that we're aiming for.…And this is where we're currently at, it's still quite a mess.…We have all the data in the right place, but it's taking up far too much room.…And if I tap w, you can see that we have…this cage-like effect with heavy row and column strokes around our table.…In this movie I'm going to remove all of…the unnecessary stuff that we have in this table.…And also compress…the space as much as possible so that we…can have all 12 months fit on a single page.…
Let's start out by making the table a little wider.…And I'm going to widen the seven columns for the days of the week.…So I'll just swipe across those, then hold down the shift key.…And bring those out to the edge of that text frame.…Next I'm going to, access my table panel, and my table styles.…Typically for a single table I wouldn't bother with table…styles and cell styles, but they're already created for us.…
So I'm going to just change the definition…of the table style and then the cell styles.…Alright click on the table style. First of all come to…
- Observing different styles of calendars
- Installing and using the Calendar Wizard script for InDesign
- Placing and fitting images
- Adding text
- Working with grids and tables
- Creating the cover
- Preparing calendars for print
Skill Level Intermediate
1. An Overview of Calendar Design
2. Designing a Wall Calendar
3. Designing a Circular Calendar
4. Designing a Compact Calendar
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