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Making Calendars the Andrews McMeel Way

InDesign Magazine issue 113This article appeared in Issue 113 of InDesign Magazine.

See how one of the biggest calendar publishers around gets the job done.

Here’s a quick overview of the steps to use Make Grid and Text Stitch to get your calendar started in InDesign, just like the folks at Andrews McMeel do. And don’t miss our InDesigner article on Andrews McMeel.

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Addison Lalier is a part-time freelance writer for InDesign Magazine. She specializes in client and project management at a creative agency in Portland, Oregon.
  • Brenda Kochis says:

    There is not enough information to figure out how to use this. Frustrating.

    • Kai Rübsamen says:

      It’s more frustrating, if they do it really this way. There is no reason to use TextStitch or the MakeGrid-Script. Simply drag a large textframe and press the right and top arrow …

  • Ruo Pu Koh says:

    can also use numbered bullets for the numbering, that way you only need to hit the enter key.

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