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ASEAN NOW Calendar 2022 1.0.0


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A big thank you to everyone who submitted images to the photography forum over the past year.

 

There were some amazing photos submitted during 2021.

 

The calendar also includes all Thai and other significant holidays, including no alcohol days.

 

Click on the green ‘Download this file' button to get your copy of the ASEAN NOW Calendar 2022.

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The calendar didn't seem to print correctly. Each month is printing on 2 pages which leaves the calendar page without the month heading.

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1 hour ago, dorayme said:

The calendar didn't seem to print correctly. Each month is printing on 2 pages which leaves the calendar page without the month heading.

Check and see if you're printing in landscape or portrait orientation

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Downloaded and printed (2 pages per sheet so the each month's picture and days fit on one page)....Gave my color printer a good workout...Looks good....Thanks & Happy Holidays.

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1 hour ago, dorayme said:

The calendar didn't seem to print correctly. Each month is printing on 2 pages which leaves the calendar page without the month heading.

You'll need to do a custom print.  How I did it was to setup the print output to print pages 2 thru 27 with 2 pages per sheet which will print the month's picture and days properly...that is, the picture at the top and days at the bottom. Then go back and print normally the cover page (page 1) by itself if desired.

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2 hours ago, Pib said:

You'll need to do a custom print.  How I did it was to setup the print output to print pages 2 thru 27 with 2 pages per sheet which will print the month's picture and days properly...that is, the picture at the top and days at the bottom. Then go back and print normally the cover page (page 1) by itself if desired.

Hi, can the calendar be printed without the pictures?

I just want a shortened version to fit in my laptop bag.

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18 minutes ago, Jimjim1 said:

Hi, can the calendar be printed without the pictures?

I just want a shortened version to fit in my laptop bag.

Sure....the picture and calendar pages are separate....just print the calendar pages by appropriately using the print function on your device.

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3 hours ago, RandolphGB said:

Yet another knee-jerk reaction from the  government to show the hysterical Thai public they’re doing something

Yes, they should have done this last week.

 

Hospitals are going to be overwhelmed.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Pib said:

Sure....the picture and calendar pages are separate....just print the calendar pages by appropriately using the print function on your device.

Will do, Many thanks 

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The readability of page 26 (Holidays for 2022) is compromised a lot by the blue background, especially when printed...

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Like it, but I doubt I will (when printed) display the October one! Not really (IMHO) a picture for Calendar which kids can watch!

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Printed two versions, 2 per page for a picture calendar and 1 per page, omitting pictures to have a dates only one ( edited month names on ).

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<sarcasm>

 

Will this end the questions asked on this forum if such and such a date is a dry holiday?

 

</sarcasm>

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Five days out of 365 where alcohol isn’t sold and 10% of the posts here are either worried people asking if alcohol can be sold on a certain holiday or people complaining about the five days it can’t. 

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Nice layout, but my biggest problem with this calendar is that the weeks starts on a Sunday. We all know that this happens only in one country, in the rest of the world the week starts on a Monday. That's why Saturday and Sunday are called WEEKEND.

So, great job, but no thanks, I won't be wasting ink on this.

 

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22 minutes ago, SpaceKadet said:

We all know that this happens only in one country

Actually a number of countries consider Sunday to be the start of the week. I work with a company in Bahrain and their working week is Sunday to Thursday which I find rather irritating. . . but next you'll be telling us it's only the British that drive on the left.

 

 

 

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I spent my share of years working in Saudi Arabia. Our working week then was Saturday to Wednesday. Later on they changed the working week to Sunday to Thursday, allegedly to gain one more banking day with the rest of the world. The first day of the week is the first day you start work. How can you call Sunday a WEEKEND when it's the first day of the week. Oxymoron.... Sunday as the first day of the week is based on religion rather than practicality. And, besides, Monday is defined as the first day of the week according to the ISO standard. The whole of Europe and vast majority of the world is using Monday. Sunday is used primarily in a few countries still locked in an archaic measurement system.

 

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Where's the survey on EV's in Thailand? The Calendar is repeated in two different articles.

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I was looking for the EV survey as well. Actually I favor hybrid cars the best, as they will go as long as there is gas in the tank.

Most EVs will not go their lab rated distances, as in hot weather the AC is needed and reduces the range. Where I live in Winter

the heater is very needed and the range in also very limited. it is also hard to find places to get quick charges.

Most countries are not ready for a lot of EV cars or trucks. Maybe in another 20 years.

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3 hours ago, khunbillmex said:
On 12/22/2021 at 1:40 PM, pfiffi said:

The readability of page 26 (Holidays for 2022) is compromised a lot by the blue background, especially when printed...

You may be able to do it yourself on-line by going here:

https://www.pdf2everything.com/pdfbackcolor/

Didn't work as  I expected so I extracted the text and created  new .pdf file which you can download.

Thai Holidays 2022v2.pdf

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On 12/21/2021 at 5:38 PM, dorayme said:

The calendar didn't seem to print correctly. Each month is printing on 2 pages which leaves the calendar page without the month heading.

sounds like an operator error 🙂

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