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2006 Calendar Available

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A 2006 Calendar is available at:

http://www.oakland.edu/~fortune/2006Calendar.zip

This calendar was created by:

http://www.oakland.edu/~fortune/CalendarAnnotate.zip

by unchecking 'Include Annotations.'

There are still too many issues at present to demonstrate how to
incorporate a logo efficiently using an XObject, but I have done it. I
can do a sample where I compress the logo pixel data into a file in the
same directory as the mdb for inclusion into the calendar. I would be
interested in hearing from a company that would like to have their logo
on a demo calendar at the top and slightly right of center (for holes
or thumbtack). Post here with a URL containing the logo and contact
information for permission to use the logo if interested.

James A. Fortune

Nov 30 '05 #1
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I suspect that this may go with an earlier thread.

What will I be getting, exactly, if I download these zip files?

Just being careful.

Thanks.

Joe

On 30 Nov 2005 12:50:07 -0800, ji********@compumarc.com wrote:
A 2006 Calendar is available at:

http://www.oakland.edu/~fortune/2006Calendar.zip

This calendar was created by:

http://www.oakland.edu/~fortune/CalendarAnnotate.zip

by unchecking 'Include Annotations.'

There are still too many issues at present to demonstrate how to
incorporate a logo efficiently using an XObject, but I have done it. I
can do a sample where I compress the logo pixel data into a file in the
same directory as the mdb for inclusion into the calendar. I would be
interested in hearing from a company that would like to have their logo
on a demo calendar at the top and slightly right of center (for holes
or thumbtack). Post here with a URL containing the logo and contact
information for permission to use the logo if interested.

James A. Fortune


Dec 1 '05 #2

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New Guy wrote:
I suspect that this may go with an earlier thread.

What will I be getting, exactly, if I download these zip files?

Just being careful.

Thanks.

Joe


Thanks for the reminder. Please read the following first:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp....176f58cab46186

Plus I provide no guarantee of support. Enjoy.

James A. Fortune

Dec 1 '05 #3

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ji********@compumarc.com wrote:
New Guy wrote:
I suspect that this may go with an earlier thread.

What will I be getting, exactly, if I download these zip files?

Just being careful.

Thanks.

Joe


Thanks for the reminder. Please read the following first:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp....176f58cab46186

Plus I provide no guarantee of support. Enjoy.

James A. Fortune


In addition, documentation for some of the holiday module functions
used can be found here:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp....c44318719fd06c

James A. Fortune

Dec 1 '05 #4

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