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January Desktop Calendar


 

 

 

This year I'm gifting monthly desktop calendars built from some of my favorite Painting a Dog a Day pieces. Ideally I'll send them out on the last Monday of the previous month, so watch for more timely updates!

 
To implement, simply download the file directly from my website. I've set up a couple different ways to do this, either via the photo album or a direct link.

 
I am by no means an expert on the variety of operating systems, so I highly recommend that if you don't know how to change your desktop wallpaper, you don't just email me with your questions. Please consult your computer's help files - they will be more concise, more knowledgeable and more responsive than lil' ole' me. 

 
However I fully expect there to be some sort of hiccough or two as I sort out the best means to get the Desktop Calendars implemented (meaning I've gotta figure out the most optimal file size and all that other good stuff!), so I appreciate your patience with me!! Andre is sized to fit a standard screen height of 768 - I realize there are lots of variables that could impact how this file displays on your screen, though. Please let me know if, once you get the file installed, there are display quality issues (keep in mind, too, that options such as "stretching to fit," "tiling" and "cropping" will impact your display, so check those first!).

 
Meanwhile, Andre says enjoy!!!

 
May your winter week be colorful and bright!
Kim
 
 

Comments

  1. I love this idea for a calendar. Ive been looking all around for something like this to do with my paintings maybe for next year. This looks really great Kim. =0)

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  2. Thanks, Linda!! It's been on my to-do list for a long time, too - I finally bit the bullet today and figured out how to set it all up. :)

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  3. I am so excited! I love your dog art!

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  4. Une très gentille initiative... Gros bisous à vous ma chère.

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  5. wow - thanks, Susan! I'm surprised and pleased with the response to this idea - so glad that you love it!!

    :) Kim

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  6. Merci, Martine - perhaps I should create a french version pour vous?!
    :)

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