Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Joining the months into a single table, part of Designing a Calendar.
Picking up from the previous movie, what we now need to do…is take our 12 separate tables and make them into one table.…I must say, here, that things are going to get worse before they get better.…It is going to look rather ugly for a while, so just bear with me here.…I'm going to take January, and move this over onto the paste board.…And now what I want to do, is I want to add 80 rows…to the bottom of the January table.…And then, one by one, beginning with February and carrying on through to…December, I'm going to be copying and pasting the tables into our one table.…
One of the problems that we'll encounter here is…that we don't have enough vertical space on our pasteboard.…So I'm going to come and change that first of all.…Come to my Preferences, for Windows users it will…be the last item under your Edit menu, and then to Guides and Pasteboard.…And I'm going to make the vertical…pasteboard the same as the horizontal, 612 pixels.…And now, when I zoom out.…You can see we've got some room to maneuver here.…
- 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
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