If you were clever enough to select a Panasonic, QMS, Tally or Tektronix color laser printer with 1200 dpi photo-realistic capability (as opposed to making a mistake and getting a generic color laser printer that has only 600 dpi), then you can create great calendars on your own desktop.

Hewlett-Packad and Lexmark makes acceptable printers for doing text (in other words, for doing basic correspondence), but if you want to reproduce photographs, especially full page photographs, then Panasonic, QMS, Tally and Tektronix are all considerably better.

CalendarMaker software is en route from Prairie Group for us to review it, but it takes a while for the software to reach our various test centers (Germany and Guatemala). As soon as it arrives we will have the review on line . Please bookmark this site and return soon, since we add new pages almost every week.

CalendarMaker (we like it because it works on the Macintosh system), Prairie Group, www.prgrsoft.com, tel (515) 225 3720.

Even more links to Maya art and archaeology from another web site, www.maya-art-books.org

Desktop publishing (how best to print your reports, class notes, publish in your own office).

 

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