Calendar Designer Support
The Calendar Designer Actions and templates are provided "as-is". There is no support provided for this product.
Calendar Designer is a set of actions and templates that work with Adobe Photoshop. You must have Photoshop in order to use this product.
- The calendar designer templates and actions were developed with Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 and 2015.5.
- You should be able to use them on any version of Photoshop that supports actions. This includes the newer versions of Photoshop Elements, the CC versions and CS6.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Version of Photoshop do I need?
The Calendar Designer actions were written using Adobe Photoshop CC 2015. There are many versions of Photoshop that will support these actions. Any of the CC version and even CS6 and CS5 should support these actions. Later versions of Photoshop Elements - those that support running actions - should work fine too.
Where can I call for support?
The Calendar Designer actions are provided free of charge. To support this, there is no support provided for this product.
How do I learn how to use the Calendar Designer?
The Calendar Designer is a set of Actions for Photoshop that are all pretty easy to use. To help get you started, you'll find learning videos on this site in the Learn section. It's also a good idea to have a basic understanding on how to run Actions in Photoshop. Review your Photoshop documentation for more information.
The Actions don't work. Now what do I do?
It's important that you do not change the Actions, this included the toggle switches on the left of the Actions panel. If the Actions stop working, the most likely cause is that a change has been made to the Action. The best way to repair this is to remove the actions from the Actions panel and reload them.
The picture doesn't look sharp. What can I do?
When you run the actions, the first step is cropping the image. You need to start with a high resolution image that will allow you to print the portion of the image. Most digital cameras today create files that will work but you can't crop too tightly or the quality of the image will degrade.
Where can I buy nice paper for printing my calendar?
The 2015 Calendar Designer lays out calendars for printing on 8 1/2 x 11 paper stock. You can create spiral bound calendars although you may need special photo paper - one that has the special coating on both sides of the paper. The best source for this is Red River Paper. You can visit their site at…