Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding or modifying text on a calendar page, part of Creating Cards Calendars and Books with Photos for OS X.
- Once you've designed the calendar as far as…layout and photos go, it's time to move on…to adjusting the text.…Let's start with the cover.…I'm just swiping to the left, or you…can use the left and right arrow keys to navigate.…Command + to zoom in.…What I'm going to do is change this here.…We're going to call this Japanese Gardens.…Now, let's highlight that text,…and looking at our different font choices,…you see that we can adjust.…Now you may have more or less fonts loaded,…so feel free to choose from some of the choices.…
These top ones are the suggested fonts…that Apple recommends.…You may need to adjust the size…if you see the exclamation point,…indicating that the text has been cut off.…That looks good, and I'm just adding…a little more text here.…Let's make the font match, however.…That looks good.…Apply a slightly thicker white.…And good.…If you click the Options button,…remember, the Layout Options come up,…and this does give you the choice, if you…decide that you want to change colors.…
You'll note that doing so automatically…
- Choosing a size, type, and theme for your Photos project
- Adding and removing images
- Editing text
- Removing the Apple logo
- Controlling the number of pages in a book
- Adding a map to a book
- Ordering prints
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Creating Greeting Cards
2. Creating a Calendar
3. Creating a Photo Book
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