Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting a calendar's duration and start month, part of Creating Cards Calendars and Books with Photos for OS X.
- Alright, let's move on to another project,…it this case a calendar.…I'd like to take some of my favorite images from this trip,…when we went to the Japanese gardens,…and turn it into a calendar…that can be enjoyed for some time to come.…Let me show you how to build out the project.…The first thing you'll do is choose…File, Create Calendar.…And this will bring up a dialog…that's similar to the one you just saw for making a card.…There are lots of layouts that you can choose…as you build out your calendar.…From the pop-up menu,…you can choose the number of months,…making a calendar that's good for two year's time,…or perhaps you're going to deliver this early,…and you want to actually start right now.…
Maybe you wanna use it through the end of the year,…and for the years to come.…Well, I'm going to stick with twelve months,…and set this to start in January of 2016.…You'll note that as you increase the number of months,…the total cost of the calendar may go up.…So we've got a year-long calendar,…starting in January of 2016,…
- 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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