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TKexe Kalender – cool freeware photo calendar creator, make your images work for a living


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TKexe Kalender is a freeware photo calendar creator which comes with everything you need to create decorative and nice looking calendars featuring your photos. The interface is rather spartan, but underneath the 1990’s look is a very sophisticated and flexible program indeed.

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There are settings to change just about everything in the calendar, including small things like adding thumbnail calendars and background gradients, so you should be able to customise to your heart’s content. In fact the only thing I couldn’t find was a way to add boxes around the dates but it’s probably buried in there somewhere.

The whole thing is based around an Access database, which means you can store and retrieve your settings, and thus save yourself from having to go through the full create and edit hassle every time. Just select some new photos, drop them in and print. Oh and don’t forget to download the extra templates on offer.

It’s a German program, but there are multiple language versions on offer, including English of course, and the software also links to a German printing service so you can output to professional levels if your home inkjet isn’t up to the job. Of course you’ll need to read Deutsch! Overall this is a great tool to help you make the most of your digital camera. A keeper!

 TKexe Kalender enables the creation of photo calendars of any size. It is Freeware and can be published in all media free of charge.

 TKexe Kalender   cool freeware photo calendar creator, make your images work for a living

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



  • neeraj

    unremarkable helper

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