Many websites, such as pocketmod.com, allow users to create, design and personalize pocket calendars that can be printed out, folded and cut into a usable pocket calendar for a desk or wall. Using these websites is often more economical than buying a pocket calendar, and it allows users to completely personalize the look and design of the calendar so that it fits personalized needs.Know More
When making a pocket calendar at home, make sure to have Internet access, a working printer, ink and paper and a pair of scissors with glue or tape.
To start creating a custom pocket calendar, go to pocketmod.com and click on Create a Pocket Mod.
Click on Cover to add personal information to the cover of the calendar. Drag the page to the front page of their calendar, located on the right side of the screen. Pick the pages one-by-one in the calendar drop-down menu and add the pages in order on the right side of the screen.
After going to Print Pocketmod on the bottom left corner of the screen, set the printer settings to letter size and print the calendar. Then, cut, fold, glue, tape or staple the pages in order to finish the personalized pocket calendar.
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