Using the program
Formatting Your Calendar
Calendar Wizard 3 has three distinct calendar layout elements:
Both Large and Small calendars have the same three basic composition elements:
This is an illustration of the large calendar:
Here is an example of a small calendar element:
There are two dialog tabs for every calendar element type - two for large calendar and two for small calendar options.
If a layout includes only one calendar type, the other two tabs are not visible.
The following is a brief description of every calendar formatting dialog tab.
This tab describes the properties of the title and header of large calendar. Here you can specify fonts, colors, borders, and other settings:
Position list in the Header section allows to specify the position of the header relatively to the calendar body. If the body orientation is set to Horizontal on "Large: Body" tab, then Top/Left position will place the header above the body. If the body orientation is set to Vertical, then Top/Left options will place the header to the left of the body.
Style specifies how the days of week are formatted:
Header Highlights section allows to highlight one day of the week in the header with special font/color. The day itself that needs to be highlighted (Sunday, Monday, etc) is selected on the "Large: Body" dialog tab (see below).
This tab allows to specify numerous options for formatting the body of a large calendar.
Orientation specifies the arrangement of days within the body grid. If Horizontal is chosen, days go from left to right and then from top to bottom. When Vertical is selected, days are arranged first from top to bottom, and then from left to right:
Moon Phases: when checked, moon phase symbols are added to the grid body:
Num Boxes button allows you to add rectangle around day numbers:
This option works only if the number is aligned with one of the corners of the day cell. If the number is positioned in the middle of a cell, no rectangle is created.
Dividers boxes specify whether the vertical and/or horizontal dividing lines should be present in the grid.
Add Holiday Text puts the holiday description (e.g. "New Year's Day") in the day cell.
This tab is much like the "Large: Header", only it formats the title and the header of small calendars.
This tab is equivalent to "Large: Body" and controls the formatting of the small calendar body
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