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Old 04-01-2013, 05:51 AM   #1
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Use the template in Sheet1 to print two calendars on three sheets of regular (non-cardstock) 8.5"x11" paper. Be sure to review carefully before cutting, as several months have six weeks instead of five, so you want to make sure you don't cut the months too short.
This isn't a perfect template, however, the following instructions should result in evenly cut monthly pages: cut 2" off the right margin of the printed sheet; cut the page in half between the two months displayed (at 3.25") and the months should be centered in the remaining strip; cut vertically (across the page) at 2.5" marks to separate the months.

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Thank you, thank you. You are so sweet to do this for all of us.
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Thank you, Thank you very much !!!!
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Fantastic, thanks for being so early for the next year!
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Thank you so much. Last year I could not find your calendars and I tried to do my own. Not really successful. I appreciate your work a lot. And they are early so I can get started this is just great.
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Thanks so much Breezy!!!
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Thank you so much for sharing with all of us!!!
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yes thanks I am not computer savey.
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Thank you very much for doing this. Much Appreciated!
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Thank you - lovely of you to give this to us to use
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Hi Cat,
Is there an easy way to change this calendar so I can print each section to a 3.5 inch piece of cardstock with the calendar on the bottom and a blank space above? Every year I struggle to get a template that I can just print off and stamp a design on the top. I would appreciate any suggestions you have.
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thank you, I use these every year!
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Thanks so much Cat! I teach an annual calendar class and I think I've used your template for the last 3 years!!!!!
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Is there an easy way to change this calendar so I can print each section to a 3.5 inch piece of cardstock with the calendar on the bottom and a blank space above? Every year I struggle to get a template that I can just print off and stamp a design on the top. I would appreciate any suggestions you have.
I'm Breezy, not Cat. Just continuing on her design.

Not sure what you're asking as the calendar is already 3.5.

This is a sample of how I use these calendars.
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Thank you! I can now get started with stocking stuffers earlier this year!
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Thanks so much for sharing! It saves me a ton of time.
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Yes, this is awesome. I made 7 this weekend.
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Thanks so much for doing this every year.
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Hi Breezy,

I was wondering if I could get a calendar template from Cat for the calendars that are in three-month blocks. There would be four three-month strips for a year with the calendars going horizontally. They measure about 5" x 1 1/2" when cut. I am not sure what type of calendar you call this, but I use these templates to make desktop calendars.

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I was wondering if I could get a calendar template from Cat for the calendars that are in three-month blocks. There would be four three-month strips for a year with the calendars going horizontally. They measure about 5" x 1 1/2" when cut. I am not sure what type of calendar you call this, but I use these templates to make desktop calendars.

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CAT isn't around. Do you mean like the checkbook calendar, like this?
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Yes, this checkbook calendar is what I was looking for! Thank-you so much!

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Hi Breezy. Could you tell me which calendar is 3.5? I used it last year for Christmas gifts with an image on top and put in a magnetic frame. Would love to do it again this year. Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving. Bobbi
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Hi Breezy. Could you tell me which calendar is 3.5? I used it last year for Christmas gifts with an image on top and put in a magnetic frame. Would love to do it again this year. Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving. Bobbi

The one in the first post here is the 3.5 one. Happy Thanksgiving!
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Hi Breezy. It's me again (Bobbi). Thanks for the quick response. It's the day before the holiday so I know you must be busy. What I am looking for (I really think you did these last year ) would be 4 months printed on a page, so when I cut the paper in 1/4 each piece would be 4.25 x 5.5 with the calendar for the month about 1/2 inch (or so) from the bottom. I can adjust as I need. Thanks...Bobbi
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Hi Breezy. It's me again (Bobbi). Thanks for the quick response. It's the day before the holiday so I know you must be busy. What I am looking for (I really think you did these last year ) would be 4 months printed on a page, so when I cut the paper in 1/4 each piece would be 4.25 x 5.5 with the calendar for the month about 1/2 inch (or so) from the bottom. I can adjust as I need. Thanks...Bobbi
I went through all my calendar templates and I didn't do a 4 month one. Just the tear off, bookmarks, checkbooks style(3 months per page) and CD one page per month.
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Hi Breezy! Tell me the size of the CD one page per month, please. That could be it. I know I reduced it before I printed it. The whole paper is 3.5 x 5 and the calendar is about 2 1/8 x 1 1/2. Is this ringing any bells? In message #17 where did those calendars come from. They look similar to what I used last year. If too big, I can always reduce. Thanks so much. You're the best. Bobbi
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Message #17 is the the original calender template in the first post.
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Hi Breezy,

Were you able to change the calendar in the ways that I described in my previous e-mail under the other post?

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Were you able to change the calendar in the ways that I described in my previous e-mail under the other post?

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No, I asked what you meant be flipping it? Flip it how?
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Hi Breezy,

I wasn't able to find my original post to you, but I tried use the 2014 checkbook calendar template that you designed for me. The calendar is too small and is going the wrong direction on the paper for me to use it on my desktop calendar display. Each calendar strip will need to measure 5" x 1 1/2" when cut. Is there a way that you can "flip" the calendars to make them appear horizontally (with the long side of the paper at the top) and make them a little larger?

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I wasn't able to find my original post to you, but I tried use the 2014 checkbook calendar template that you designed for me. The calendar is too small and is going the wrong direction on the paper for me to use it on my desktop calendar display. Each calendar strip will need to measure 5" x 1 1/2" when cut. Is there a way that you can "flip" the calendars to make them appear horizontally (with the long side of the paper at the top) and make them a little larger?

Thank-you so much!

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Does this work, 1 1/2 sure is tiny.
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I like this 3 inch wide better myself, but my eyes are old. Ha!
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Hi Breezy,

Sorry that it took me a few days to respond I had to go to Pittsburgh for a few days for education. No, this calendar will not work. I need one calendar strip (of three months) to measure 5" horizontally and 1 1/2" vertically when cut. Each calendar strip needs to be bigger in order for this to work. Does this make more sense?

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Sorry that it took me a few days to respond I had to go to Pittsburgh for a few days for education. No, this calendar will not work. I need one calendar strip (of three months) to measure 5" horizontally and 1 1/2" vertically when cut. Each calendar strip needs to be bigger in order for this to work. Does this make more sense?

Thank-you for all of your kindness,

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Sorry, but nope it doesn't make sense. I flipped the calendars from the checkbook design, so I'm not sure what you're asking for. Do you have a picture?
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429.jpg Hi Breezy,

Here is picture of what I am trying to do. This whiter calendar paper measures 1 1/2" in width and 5" in length. I need the calendar to be bigger. I was thinking that if you were to make the calendar tops on the 11" side of the paper (flipping them), you could make them bigger so they will fit on my calendar like they did last year

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Here is picture of what I am trying to do. This whiter calendar paper measures 1 1/2" in width and 5" in length. I need the calendar to be bigger. I was thinking that if you were to make the calendar tops on the 11" side of the paper (flipping them), you could make them bigger so they will fit on my calendar like they did last year

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