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InDesign Calendar Wizard
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A script to create calendars within Adobe InDesign

A script to create calendars within Adobe InDesign

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The Calendar Wizard is a script to make calendars in Adobe InDesign. The script will layout one or more plain calendars and assign table, cell and paragraph styles allowing the user to quickly tailor the look of the calendar. Visit the Calendar Wizard home page at http://calendarwizard.sourceforge.net/ for more detailed documentation and tutorials.

The script is compatible with every version of InDesign since CS; however, not every feature will work. In particular, the use of cell styles was introduced in CS3. Adobe's Exchange system will only deliver the script to the most recent versions of InDesign, so for older versions the script needs to be downloaded from http://calendarwizard.sourceforge.net and manually installed.

The calendar wizard is a free for personal and non-profit use. The trial version is fully featured and will not expire and may be used for personal or non-profit use. Commerical use requires a license. The Single Use license, granting either a single user use on unlimited computers or unlimited users on a single computer may be purchased from the Adobe Add-Ons site. For an enterprise license visit the http://calendarwizard.sourceforge.net website.

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New Feature: Added the ability to make independant layers for holidays B, C and D

Bug Fix: Removed the default border stroke from the object styles for Month, Year and background layer.

Bug Fix: Fixed a bug with the re-align script whereby it would only work on the first calendar rather than all.

Bug Fix: Presets with values set for loading holidays from a custom file or the current frame caused the script to crash.

After installation the script should appear in the Scripts palette in InDesign. To activate the extra holidays, move the text file form the extraHolidays folder to the holidays folder both of which are located in the calendarWizard folder.

Utilities  calendar