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CopyCalendar 1.1
Jun 14, 2002 09:31AM
Contributed by: ericg
http://www.amazonconsultants.co.uk/copycalendar
Download: 2.4Mb Stuffit Archive

Have you ever wanted a small, simple Calendar available for your Mac? Do you ever type dates into any applications? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, then you will find CopyCalendar very useful. Click on a date, and that date will be copied to the clipboard in the long or short format you specify as your preference. Or, you can drag the date you choose into another application which allows drag & drop, such as Microsoft Word, TextEdit, Mail, and more.

CopyCalendar lets you view dates between January 1900 and December 2100 with ease. Go forwards by clicking the next month button, and backwards by clicking the previous month button. Go to the current month from any month currently shown with one click of the current month button. Jump to specific months and years by choosing the month and year you want to see from the month and year lists.

CopyCalendar is available for use in any of the following 6 languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Choose which language you wish to use as your preference from the language list.

Minor bug fix.


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