Create A Calendar (PC, 3 1/2" Disk) Epyx - 1987 USA, Canada Release

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Create A Calendar
Product ID 80561-00221
Product UPC 080561002217
Platform(s) PC
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1987
Publisher(s) Epyx
Category(s) Productivity, Calendar
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

The only calendar you'll ever need! Introducing Create A Calendar, a simple, powerful tool that lets you design your very own daily, weekly, monthly or yearly calendars in moments. You can create calendars by choosing from over 70 graphics, borders and fonts for just about every occasion. From New Year's Day to birthdays. From television to aerobics. From scheduling a haircut to scheduling a formal. Or, use pictures from the Graphics Scrapbook collection or any Print Shop compatible graphics disks.

You can also write multiple lines of text on each date to keep track of everything you're supposed to do and everything you've done.

So this year, go ahead and make your own calendars. There couldn't be a nicer way to pass the time.

  • Automatically add holidays, birthdays, or other special events to any calendar you create. For any year from 1753-9999.
  • Type in events that occur throughout a year and watch them reappear on your weekly and daily calendars.
  • Enter a regularly scheduled meeting - like Boy Scouts every third Monday of the month - and it will reappear on all following months.
  • Print a list of holidays, birthdays, special events or everyday activities.
  • Save your calendars for future use.
  • Create calendars for dead-lines, lessons, work, chores, menus, holidays, school events, games, birthdays, parties, homework and more.
  • Calendars print in one color only.
  • Use graphics from Create A Calendar or Graphics Scrapbook.

System Requirements

PC MS-DOS 2.0
Required CPU XT 8088/8086
Required RAM 256K
Supported Video CGA
Hercules Monochrome

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