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    Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    I want to have a page on our church website where I can place a calendar and update it easily, without the margins being thrown all out of wack when I insert text. Any suggestions? Looked at just a table vs. Publisher
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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    What do mean by the margins being messed up?
    Are you looking for a table-type calendar, month view, 7 columns wide type of thing?

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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    Yes, that is what I am looking for. What happens is that the date is in the upper left-hand corner, but when I go and add text in the cell - it moves the date and/or changes the size of the date and cell - not aligning with the rest of the table.
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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    Can you post an example - either as a link or attachment - of what you are doing. I think it would be easier to understand then exactly what your problem is!

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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    I tried attaching it from Frontpage and it wouldn't accept it. Help??
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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    How big is it?
    As long as it is under 100K you should be able to OK.
    Make sure FP does not have it open when you attach it.
    Browse for and enter the full (local) path of the file in the box as below - do NOT preview afterwards or the attachment is dropped.
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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    Okay, I will try it again. Nope, didn't work. It said it won't accept that file type.
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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    Right.
    Make a copy of it. Rename the copy
    calendar.txt
    and attach that.

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    Failing that, just email it to me!

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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    First, I'll try this - a zip file.
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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    Try selecting the entire table.
    Right_mouse > Cell Properties
    Set the Vertical Alignment = Top

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    Re: Calendar in Frontpage (2000 & 2002)

    THANK YOU! THIS DOES SEEM TO HELP.
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