In my own search for such information I received the following email.
Hope this helps. For now I myself am looking for a pocket calendar
template. If you come across one please post/send the link/info. Thanks.
Re: 2011 Calendar Template for Indesign (CS compatible)
created by rob Cubbon in InDesign - View the full discussion
Here's some more I did for 2012. Templates available in InDesign CS5,
CS4, and .INX, therefore CS3. Also Illustrator (down to version 9) as
well as PDFs available:
BTW I am using Photoshop CS3, is it compatible with Photoshop Indesign? What is the difference between them?
There is no application called Photoshop Indesign. Adobe makes a Photo editor called Photoshop, and a page layout application called InDesign. Files editied in any version of Photoshop can be used in layouts created with any version of InDesign, but the two have nothing really in common other than a similar look to the interface and the ability to save files in some formats common to both (Like PDF) and are used for totally different tasks.
I just downloaded and opened the InDesign zip file. There is a very
workable format for InDesign. I have used Photoshop with InDesign
calendars to create a photo calendar for Therapeutic Riding. The zip
file will provide good working material to create what you want.
I am aware of that and use images from Photoshop in my InDesign
calendar template since I want a photo calendar. Sorry if it seemed as
though I were making it appear as though it was ONE program.
Nice of you to link to Rob Cubbon's templates again (he did it himself in post 32 back on Nov. 26), but they won't help anyone looking to work in anything earlier than CS3 unless they already have CS3 and every version in between to the one they want.
I'm coming in a little late to this...but I'm wondering if anyone can point me to an InDesign template compatible with CS5.5? Specifically I am looking for the Franklin Covey type planner, in the "Classic" size 5.5" x 8.5" (half page). I would like a 2012 calendar that prints each month on two pages, as well as either a day-on-two-pages spread, or a week-on-two-pages spread.
Can anyone point me toward such an animal?
Hope someone can help me out. I have taken a 2012 calendar from a designer (very experienced in InDesign) and am needing to do the donkey work to set it up for next year... well, I am running really late with this because I can't figure out how the calendar is set up. I can change the date of the first of the month and everything follows, except that here seems to be extra tabs in there.
Would someone be willing to look at one month for me, and see if they can see something I'm missing? I have left the template (one page of it) in my Dropbox folder (public) and hope someone can advise me...
At the end of each week there are two tabs, not one. The second tab is to make the line wrap to the next week.
If you delete a day from the first week, delete its tab as well. At that point the two-tab "end" of that week will have moved to the left. Delete one, so the day numbers after that are in their correct position again, and add a single tab at the end of that line so the next one aligns correctly. Do this for every line.
I've done calendars for 2013 in InDesign and Illustrator – in InDesign the date are now in the middle of the boxes rather than on the sides as in previous years. They are saved as INDD CS5 as well as IDML. The Illustrator ones are in AI and EPS and a legacy Illustrator 8. The text boxes are linked so you can convert them to subsequent years. Hope they help someone.
Is there anyone with CS4. If so, can you produce an INX of the IMDL calendar here http://robcubbon.com/free-downloads/2013-Calendar-12-pages.idml
Lots of people are asking me for this calendar compatible with CS3 and I want to link to it here:
I have just done the calendars for 2014.
Interestingly the 2014 Calendar is repeated every +11 and +6 years
So go ahead and change the year to
2014+11 = 2025
2025+ 6 = 2031
2031+11 = 2042
and so on
Same with 2013 and 2011 calendars
2012 calendars are repeated every 28 years!
So if you have calendars already made for those years - you can reuse them in about 11 years time
Interesting. I didn't know about those strange number of years between repeated years.
Actually, you can use my calendars for every year as the dates are in linked text frames and you just have to shunt them all along by typing in new ones or deleting them. You do have to go round and do a bit of cleaning up on the grayed out dates but they are quite recyclable!
Indeed - I haven't downloaded your calendars.
I quite like making my own with my own style etc. - it's a good learning curve I think.
I always recommend people make their own - but whatever floats peoples boats.