Step 2: Adjust Template Settings
Each template style has its own set of options that control how the calendar is generated. For example, the Month template style includes options for the starting month, number of months to generate, and the first day of the week.
Click a template style below to learn more about its associated options and to see example screenshots.
- Day - 1 Day/Page
- Day - 1 Day/Page with Task List
- Day - 1 Day/Page with Timeslot Columns
- Day - 1 Day/Page with Week Grid
- Day - 1 Day/Page without Overlay
- Day - 4 Days/Page
- Day - Calendar Columns
- Form Letter
- Gantt Chart
- Month - 1 Month/Page
- Month - 2 Months/Page
- Month - 6 Months/Page
- Month - 12 Months/Page
- Month - Multiple Months as Columns
- Month - Multiple Months as Rows
- Month - Span Multiple Pages
- Month - Weekdays Only
- Week - 2 Weeks/Page
- Week - Column
- Week - Column with Task List
- Week - Column, 2 Weeks/Page
- Week - Grid
- Week - Grid with Task List
- Week - Multiweek
- Week - Weekdays Only
- Year - 2 Years/Page
- Year - 3 Years/Page
- Year - 4 Years/Page
- Year - Months as Columns
- Year - Months as Rows
- Year - Photo Calendar
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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.