Desktop Calendar

Customize your computer desktop with a picture of W&L. Choose this month's image (daily calendar for current month included) or browse the archives for more choices (without calendar).

Desktop Calendar

FAQs

How do I determine which resolution I need?
Right-click on your computer desktop and select Properties. In the window that appears, select the Settings tab. Under the Screen area heading you will see a set of numbers similar to those above (for example, 800 by 600 pixels). This is the resolution your computer is set to at present. Select OK and then select the matching numbers above.

How do I change my screen resolution?
Right-click on your computer desktop and select Properties. In the window that appears, select the Settings tab. Under the Screen area heading you will see a set of numbers similar to those above (for example, 800 by 600 pixels). This is the resolution your computer is set to at present. To change this setting, use your mouse to drag the arrow above the numbers left or right to the desired setting and then select OK. (Note that the higher the set of numbers you select, the smaller windows and icons will appear on your desktop.)

How do I set the image as my desktop wallpaper?
After you select the proper resolution above, a new page will appear. Right-click on the picture and select Set as Wallpaper. The picture will then appear as the desktop wallpaper on your computer. You can also save the picture to location on your computer without using it as desktop wallpaper. To do this, right-click on the picture and select Save Picture As... and then specify a location.

How do I get rid of the image?
Right-click on your computer desktop and select Properties. In the window that appears, select the Background tab if it is not selected already. Under the Wallpaper heading, use the scroll bar to set the wallpaper selection to None and then select OK. The picture will then be removed from your desktop.

Note: The instructions above may differ slightly depending on the version of the operating system you are using. Please read the University's copyright policy regarding the use of digital images.