How To Create a Calendar – InDesign Tutorial

In this tutorial we’ll see how to easily design your own cool Calendar using Adobe InDesign and The Calendar Wizard Script.

—Project File (INDD + IDML + EPS + PDF):

—Calendar Wizard Script:

•Bebas Neue:

See How To Create a Calendar in Adobe Photoshop:

See How To Create a Calendar in Adobe Illustrator:


✖Before you start watching, notice that this tutorial was made using Windows OS, so for Mac users simply alter Ctrl with CMD, and Alt with the Opt key.

P.S. My English still sucks.

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28 replies
  1. Faith Fitness and Mommy Stuff
    Faith Fitness and Mommy Stuff says:

    I want to create a planner Is it possible to use the Calendar Wizard to create a one month 2-page calendar spread?

  2. Komic Ko
    Komic Ko says:

    Thanks for the video, very helpful~!
    However, I was wondering if this method can be applied onto a weekly diary layout, with one week per page.
    I tried the wizard line function, but it printed all the days of the month in one page instead.

  3. Amy Chun
    Amy Chun says:

    I wish you wouldn’t wiggle your mouse too much, it’s so annoying (for me, at least).. I see where the mouse is! Or get a mouse pointer that shows background color if you think it’s not enough.. but please. 😭

  4. Elena Newman
    Elena Newman says:

    This really answered my drawback, thank you!
    There are some fascinating closing dates in this video however I don’t know if I see all of them middle to heart. Theres some validity but I will take hold opinion till I look into it further. Good video , thanks and we would like more! Added to FeedBurner as wellonce more} to watch much more, thanks for that info.

  5. Ken Lönnström
    Ken Lönnström says:

    During all my years on YouTube I have only commented on less than a handful. But hey – this video rocks and you are a great teacher! Thank you so so so much!


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