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Enlarging calendar/no photo - 2/4/2016 6:32:18 PM   


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I'd like to have a calendar where the actual calendar takes up most of the page. I.e. No photo and move the Month text up higher and enlarge the calendar itself. I see that you can delete the photo, but not how to move the text or calendar. When I click on the text/calendar, then hold down and move the arrow, it doesn't do anything.

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RE: Enlarging calendar/no photo - 2/4/2016 8:06:13 PM   

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Once you have removed the objects at the top that you no longer want, do this:
Click in the calendar row that contains the events, and you'll see the border frame becomes a dotted line. Right-click the border, and choose "Set Moveable." You'll see size blocks on the sides and corners. You can drag these to reduce the size. Start by dragged up with the bottom center sizer.

This will be easier to do if you zoom the calendar out so that you can see the whole page.



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RE: Enlarging calendar/no photo - 2/4/2016 9:01:43 PM   

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You can start with a basic calendar. It takes up the entire page. No photo.


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