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Event Calendar Wizard

Click here to open
Event input suggestions: If the event has an explanation, give it a brief title, followed by a colon (:), followed by the explanation. Separate events by typing
between the end of one event and the beginning of the next event (this puts the new event on its own line). HTML codes for bold and italic will also work.

Choose a month: Number of days: Day month starts on:
What happens on the 1st? What happens on the 2nd? What happens on the 3rd?
What happens on the 4th? What happens on the 5th? What happens on the 6th?
What happens on the 7th? What happens on the 8th? What happens on the 9th?
What happens on the 10th? What happens on the 11th? What happens on the 12th?
What happens on the 13th? What happens on the 14th? What happens on the 15th?
What happens on the 16th? What happens on the 17th? What happens on the 18th?
What happens on the 19th? What happens on the 20th? What happens on the 21st?
What happens on the 22nd? What happens on the 23th? What happens on the 24th?
What happens on the 25th? What happens on the 26th? What happens on the 27th?
What happens on the 28th? What happens on the 29th? What happens on the 30th?
What happens on the 31st?

The four-digit year for this calendar is:

The name of the company or organization:
Note: OK to leave blank, but the title of the calendar will be a line lower than normal.

These events are for this product or service type:
Note: Use the singular form; leave blank if not associated with a product or service.

The index page of your Web site:
Note: The URL of the index page, but do not include the http:// . You may use relative links if you like (../index.html)

This main page for this area of the Web site:
Note: Type in the area's main page URL.

Text for the bottom of the calendar page:
Note: Include here any copyright information or contact information for your Web site; you may use HTML, but all " should be written as \" .

Note: For the following color options, type in the hexadecimal code; do not include the # sign. Keep in mind that unvisited links will be blue and visited links will be purple - so if you pick a blue as your page background, the unvisited links will be invisible, and if you pick a purple as your page background, the visited links will be invisible.
Web Safe Color PickerColor Picker

Color for background of page:
Color for text outside of calendar:
Color of calendar:
Color for text inside of calendar:

Choose your first choice for the text font:
Arial Comic Sans MS Trebuchet MS Verdana
Arial Black Impact
Courier New Georgia Times New Roman
Note: Fonts have been grouped by similarity. If two selections look the same, that means that you do not have one or more fonts installed. (Chances are that the missing fonts will look like Times New Roman or Arial.)

Choose your second choice for the text font:
Arial Comic Sans MS Trebuchet MS Verdana
Arial Black Impact
Courier New Georgia Times New Roman
Note: Your second font should be selected from the same group as your first font. The second font only shows up if the first font is not on the viewer's computer.

Internet Explorer (PC) Instructions: When you press "Make Calendar," the calendar will be generated in a new window. Check to make sure there are no errors. If there are any errors, come back to this window and make the changes; then press "Make Calendar" again. If the calendar is all right, then go to the File menu at the top of the calendar page, then select Save As. Make certain under "Save as type:" the type is "Web Page, HTML only (*.htm,*.html)". Name the document the correct name with .htm or .html as the extension, make sure you know where you can find the file, and click on Save. Once you have saved the file, upload to your Web site in the same directory as the area home page.

Netscape (PC) Instructions: When you press "Make Calendar," the calendar will be generated in a new window. Check to make sure there are no errors. If there are any errors, come back to this window and make the changes; then press "Make Calendar" again. If the calendar is all right, then go to the File menu at the top of the calendar page, then select Save As. Make certain under "Save as type:" the type is "Plain Text (*.txt)". Name the document the correct name with .htm or .html as the extension, make sure you know where you can find the file, and click on Save. Once you have saved the file, upload to your Web site in the same directory as the area home page.

Clicking the "New Calendar" button will clear this form.

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