[K12OSN] Calendar editing program?

Patrick Healy phealy at dsusd.k12.ca.us
Fri Apr 23 15:25:37 UTC 2004

Hi Huck,

"Danny's Draw Power Tools" for Open Office will do the trick.

It's on ooomacros.org:

You'll download a zip file, all you need to do is extract it
and then open the file "Danny's Draw PowerTools.sxd"
and accept the macro run warning.
Then click the "Calendar Maker" button in that document,
and it will allow you to specify options for the calendar you want.
It then creates a calendar page as another open office document.
This new file can be embellished (or not) as you prefer.
The other files in the archive are documentation.

You'll also find on the same page at oomacros.org a 
"Calendar Daytimer Maker" he's written for making daytimer pages.

-- Pat Healy

On Mon, 2004-04-19 at 13:43, Huck wrote:
> Yeah, those weren't really 'enhanceable' with graphics and pretty
> clip-arts and stuff
> student into the 'artistics' eye candy stuff...=)
> Me? I just need some squares with numbers in them =)
> --Huck
Patrick Healy
Palm Desert High School
43-570 Phyllis Jackson Lane
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-862-4300 x2303
<phealy at dsusd.k12.ca.us>

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