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Old 11-16-2005, 07:48 AM   #1
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Default Calendars for Pshop/Elements

Human Software is offering a set of monthly and full-year customizable calendar templates for 2006 and 2007 for $20.

Templates work with Photoshop 6 and up, Elements v1–4 in both Mac and Windows. Type is live, so you can change font, sizes, styles, etc. Works with any image (or none, I suppose). Calendars can be resized. The set incudes 5 templates for 12-month calendars (with one in which the weeks start on Monday), and 4 full-year templates.

Might save a lot of time without unduly stifling your creative impulses. And let’s face it — it is high time to get out a calendar for 2006 if you want to send it (or sell it) to your clients!

All information taken from the web site.

   
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