I am trying to create a PDF file of my 16 month calendar. I go thru the "save" as PDF file. It seemingly saves to the desktop altho the size of the file says zero. The bigger problem occurs when it automatically tries to print the calendar (which I don't want). Because the laptop is not connected to a printer I get a window that says it can't print and that I cannot get rid of without quitting CC. I want to put the calendar PDF onto a flash drive and put it onto another computer. Thanks
ps - Is there a more professional calendar maker than CC12
Jason is right. I had just started to respond with the same advice. Many Calendar Creator users have gone this route to solve printing issues. Once you have the calendar in pdf form, it's easier to manage in Adobe Reader for output to a printer.
ORIGINAL: RogueDH ps - Is there a more professional calendar maker than CC12
There is not. Other calendar programs don't remember your birthdays, anniversaries, etc. in perpetuity, display your calendar in daily, weekly, monthly, yearly views, allow you to format colors, fonts, paper size....
< Message edited by ellengard -- 5/4/2014 2:19:27 PM >
ORIGINAL: RogueDH I am trying to create a PDF file of my 16 month calendar. I go thru the "save" as PDF file.... I get a window that says it can't print and that I cannot get rid of without quitting CC.
You cannot "save as PDF". You PRINT to the PDF printer and define the RANGE (i.e. your 16 month period). That will give you a 16 month PDF.
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