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Saving the position of more the one picture on a page

by Eileen Brannigan @, Monday, December 20, 2010, 07:15 (2526 days ago)

I spend a lot of time positioning more than one picture on a page but when I reopen the calendar to do some more work on it I find the pictures have moved. This only happens when there is more than one picture on a page. How can I stop this happening>

Saving the position of more the one picture on a page

by support ⌂, Wednesday, December 22, 2010, 19:48 (2524 days ago) @ Eileen Brannigan

» I spend a lot of time positioning more than one picture on a page but when
» I reopen the calendar to do some more work on it I find the pictures have
» moved. This only happens when there is more than one picture on a page.
» How can I stop this happening>

This will occur if you use the Wizard on an existing cld file then click Done which reasserts the default picture sizes.
If you click Cancel instead, then your saved sizes will be maintained.

Saving the position of more the one picture on a page

by Monica Parish @, Tuesday, December 28, 2010, 23:44 (2518 days ago) @ support

When I reopen my calendar to do some more work on it the size of the calendar changes to a square instead of a rectangle, resizing my pictures in very bad ways. I tried clicking on Layout, Landscape, which fixed the problem and made it the way I was originally working on it. Hope that helps.

Saving the position of more the one picture on a page

by support ⌂, Wednesday, December 29, 2010, 11:54 (2517 days ago) @ Monica Parish

» When I reopen my calendar to do some more work on it the size of the
» calendar changes to a square instead of a rectangle, resizing my pictures
» in very bad ways. I tried clicking on Layout, Landscape, which fixed the
» problem and made it the way I was originally working on it. Hope that
» helps.

Not exactly sure what your problem is here.
Calendar size is determined by chosen paper size
Did you save your calendar as a cld file>
Saving as cld file should remember all your settings including orientation.
If you use the Calendar Wizard then click Cancel rather than Done when opening pre-existing file.