First, thank you for trying PrintMyCal! If you decide PrintMyCal is not for you, and you don’t want the PrintMyCal website to have access to your Google account, simply log into your Google account and follow this link:
You should see a list of apps and websites that have permission to access your account. Click on “PrintMyCal” and then click the “Revoke access” button on the right. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to improve.
Adding a banner to the top of your calendar or a custom graphic on the page is not currently available as a feature in PrintMyCal. (Perhaps it will be in the future!)
You can still customize your calendar with a banner, graphic, or other changes, but it will need to be done in your word processor. Just download the RTF version of your calendar from “Step 4” of PrintMyCal and open the file in your word processor. From there you should be able to make any changes that you would like. Look for a helpful guide on the internet if you need instructions for your particular word processor.
Are you downloading the RTF file and opening it in Windows WordPad? WordPad seems to ignore the landscape setting in the RTF file. As an experiment, I tried creating a document in WordPad, setting it to landscape, saving it, and when I opened it again it displayed as portrait.
Sometimes the time zone on the Google calendar is not set to your time zone. This can cause PrintMyCal to display the incorrect time. Go into the settings for your calendar and change the timezone to match yours.