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Thursday, January 3, 2013

HOW TO GET AROUND IN THE CALENDAR

Today I'd like to give a little lesson on how to use the interactive calendar on the side bar.  I feel this is necessary because my template is an old one and I cannot make it larger, thus the entire calendar does not show.  Knowing how to get around in the calendar will enable you to see at a glance information about the classes and upcoming events.  If you place your cursor over the calendar you can scroll up and down to see the various happenings. 

When you click on a class, you will get this.  It will show you the time and date of the class and a description of the class.  But you can't see it all.  You will notice a blue highlighted link at the bottom of the description.  Click on that.

 
And you will get this.  Now you can see the full details of the class.  For some of the classes, such as this Heart of Home  Table Runner class you can also see a picture of the project.  Click on the blue highlighted line and it will take you to the picture. 

I hope this helps you to get around in the Calendar.  Julie (she teaches the class for those adorable dolls) updates the calendar for us and knows how to do all this technical stuff, so if you have any questions let me know and I'll get the answer from her.  We can't thank her enough for providing us with this valuable information.  It is a great tool and I hope all your readers will take advantage of it.

On Another Note: The Daily Life Of Kyle, Renae, Hailey & Keira has a cute tutorial for some Munsters.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!
Caroll

2 comments:

Allie said...

I'm not even going to go look - everybody but me is using my car right now and I can't get there, lol!

Mama Pea said...

Thanks, Caroll! Helpful!

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