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    I designed mine using a combo of HTML and CSS and it was frustrating because it took a long time. Plus, the CSS would act funny on me..the cells wouldn't align right. However, it works and I'm able to input text information inside each cell without changing the entire structure of the calendar. I did this by placing a series of divs inside a container div.

    But what are the easier ways that you've designed calendars for clients? Thanks

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    I have found that a calendar is one of the few places where using a table would be most appropriate.


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