The November Print Calendar is ready. Download it, print it, and hang it in your cubicle at work. It’s guaranteed to impress and confuse your coworkers. The calendar is available in the usual formats: Letter size for North America, A4 format for the rest of the world.
Craft idea for the month of November:
Make your own A4 paper by trimming sheets of legal paper down to 210×297 milimeters. Don’t worry if you’re slightly off. The ISO specs allow for a variance of ±2mm for both the length and width.
Alternately, make your own letter size paper by trimming A3 format pages down to 8 1/2 x 11 inches. There is no room for error. If the page isn’t precisely 8 1/2 x 11 inches, it’s not letter size paper.
Now reconfigure your printer to recognize the new page size and load it with your new paper.
[Note to self: None of that was funny.]
Welcome to your calendar — featuring the return of the pre-printed pinhole. Both files are 135 kb PDFs:
So purdy. I print your calendars every month on work’s really lovely color lazer printer. Thanks for making them, Jeff.
yaie for preprintedpinholes!
dees is gorgeous i kees you. :)
where else can i get a calendar with Spiro Agnew’s birthday?