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Calendar program? Cannot find!

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Jolinar, Jan 25, 2007.

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  1. Jolinar

    Jolinar Thread Starter

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    I'm looking for something that one would think would be easy to find, but have been looking for months with no results. What I want is a free downloadable calendar program in which you can put images of your own in the the day section on a month grid. Not a standard picture on top, but in the day part itself while being in a month view.

    I cannot find any and I am at a loss of where else to look (I have searched everywhere). So, anyone know where to get one?
     
  2. Squashman

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    That is a good idea. Can't say that I have ever thought of that idea.
    Have you checked sourceforge.net and snapfiles.com

    That is where I find most of the stuff I need.
     
  3. Jolinar

    Jolinar Thread Starter

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    I can't seem to find one on either of those sites.
     
  4. Squashman

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    I would be you do it in a Word Template, but you would have to have the images sized to the correct proportions.
     
  5. Jolinar

    Jolinar Thread Starter

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    You know, this seems like it would be an incredibly simple thing to find. Wonder why it isn't. I wish I had the know-how to make an extension for Sunbird or something. :(
     
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