The event box will increase in size if you increase the size of the text font. Right-click the event box, and you'll see the font and font size near the top of the pop-up box.
If by saving text every year, you can have an event occur on the same date every year by creating a repeating event. Right-click the event, and in the lower right look at Repeat Rule. From the drop-down box, choose every year. There are also advanced rules for more refinement or complexity if you need them.
Unless I'm misunderstanding, this is a simple repeat event. Example: create an event for today, November 20, 2015. Use the properties to change the event to repeat by selecting the drop-down arrow by Repeat Rule, and choose Every Year. Change the Repeat Until date to a date in a year in the future, for example 2020. Advance the calendar by one year and that event should appear on November 20, 2016, a Sunday.
If I'm misunderstanding what you want to do, please give a very specific example.
After I thought about my earlier post, I realized that I had misspoke. Text is not actually designed to repeat on the same day. Text is, instead, designed to repeat on the same position of the page. For example, if text is placed directly above the days of the week, it will always repeat in the same position above the days of the week.
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I am trying to create a second calendar with no connection to the first. When I create the new calendar, the events from the previous calendar show on the new one?
Unless you create groups of events, the only way to turn them off in the new Calendar Creator is to totally delete them from your event list. One work around is to create a separate group for each event.
Then if you double click on the month and year in the Calendar, you will get a Misc tab that allows you to toggle those groups. Tedious I know but that's the only way I know to work around the 2016 release of it.
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