Print Calendars from VueMinder

PrintableCal can create printable calendars containing tasks, notes, and events defined in VueMinder - a full-featured calendar program developed by VueSoft, the makers of PrintableCal.

PrintableCal handles customization and printing of your schedule, but if you're also looking for software that enables you to input your schedule, share your schedule with other people, and get reminders - VueMinder does all that and much more.

To add VueMinder calendar data sources to PrintableCal, follow these steps:

  1. Click the Add Calendar button on the Calendar Data Sources step and select the Local -> VueMinder option. The Add Calendar Source - VueMinder window will appear. PrintableCal will try to detect VueMinder's data file location. If you're using VueMinder USB version, or if the default data folder location is incorrect, click the "..." button to select the correct data folder. The data folder should contain a file named CalendarInfo.bin.
  2. Task, note, and event calendars will be listed. Each calendar will have a checkbox to the left of its name.
  3. Use the checkboxes to select the calendars you'd like to make available to PrintableCal.
  4. ​Click the OK button to add the selected VueMinder calendars to PrintableCal's list of available calendar sources.

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Runs on Windows 10, 8, and 7. Requires Excel, Word, or PowerPoint (Office 365, Office 2007 or later).
Compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Office.