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  Interface types and colors

Interactive Calendar supports various interface types and colors. To change interface type, please use the "View" program main menu item.

Here you can choose one of three styles: Standard Style, Ribbon Style or Mixed Style.

 

Interface_Types

 

Standard Style

 

This style represents standard main menu and toolbars:

 

Standard_Style_Med

 

Ribbon Style

 

This style replaces main menu and standard toolbars with Ribbon panels, like in MS Office 2007:

 

Ribbon_Style_Med

 

Mixed Style

 

This style combines Standard and Ribbon styles. Instead of main menu displayed minimized Ribbon. Also standard toolbars are present:

 

Mixed_Style_Med

 

 

To change the color scheme, please use the "View - Color Scheme"  program's main menu item.

In the opened window you can choose one of 45 color schemes or select "Native Colors". In the "Native Colors" mode Interactive Calendar will use default system settings for the colors and controls painting. This mode is not available for the "Ribbon" and "Mixed" interface types.

 

Color_Schemes


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