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As of December 8, 2019, dotphoto introduced a new calendar maker that...
- Creates traditional 8.5" x 11" 12-month calendars with photos on top and calendars below
- Accesses photos from your dotphoto albums or from your phone or computer
- Enables you to add multiple photos in any size to the photo page
- Enables you to add events to any date
- Enables you to add text boxes, choose fonts, and outline text
- Spiral bound with paper that is easy to write on.
To select photos
Choose the photo icon in the upper left, and then choose My Device to upload from your phone or computer or the dotphoto icon to use your photos on dotphoto.
How to add photos from your dotphoto albums or from your phone or computer
Your most recent albums will display. If you just created a My Calendar album, you will see that first. Tap on an album.
Tap on a photo. It should jump to the calendar page on the right. If not, tap on the photo box on the right first, and then tap on the photo again.
To make the photo occupy the entire page or to change its shape, tap the photo and then tap the Transform button.
Grab a corner of the photo, and drag it to the bottom of the page.
To add another photo to a page
Tap the Add Empty Photo Box at the bottom of the image column. An empty photo box will appear on the photo page. Tap the empty box, and then tap a new photo.
To add and change text boxes
Tap the TEXT icon. Change the font, size, color and style of the text.
To make text stand out against a photo background, choose an Outline. (See the year text above.)
To add another text box, tap the Add Empty Text Box button at the bottom left.
To move to another page
Tap the controls at the bottom of the display. Photos are on the top; calendar pages are on the bottom.
To add an event to a page
Tap a calendar page, and tap the Events button at the bottom
Tap on a date, enter or delete text, and then tap the DONE button in the upper right.
Your text will appear at the bottom of a calendar date like this: