Week Columns with Task List Template
The Week Column template generates a calendar showing 7 days on a single page. Each day will be a column, with all-day events at the top and timeslot rows below. Events that have start/end times will be placed within their associated timeslot cells. Tasks that are overdue or due during the week will be listed to the right of the day columns. This template is similar to the Week Columns style, except it includes a task list.
The Week Column with Task List template provides the following options when creating a calendar...
|Start date||The start date can be typed into the box or selected using the drop-down arrow. This date will be the left-most column in the generated calendar. If you want Sunday to be the first day of the week, make sure to pick Sunday as the starting date. Otherwise, pick Monday or any other day you'd like to have shown in the first column.|
|Number of weeks||Multiple weeks can be generated. Each week will be placed on its own worksheet (Excel), page (Word), or slide (PowerPoint). You can select how many weeks to include in the output by clicking the drop-down arrow.|
|Timeslots||A timeslot range and interval can be specified. The output will only show times between the specified start and end values. Each row will correspond to the specified timeslot length, such as 30 minutes.|
|Max. columns/day||Each day in the generated calendar will have up to the specified number of sub-columns. These columns are used in cases where there are multiple events or tasks that occur in the same timeslot. In other words, if you set the maximum number of columns to 6, the generated calendar will be able to display up to 6 events or tasks occurring in the same time slot.|
|Max. all-day rows||All-day events and tasks will be shown in an all-day area of the generated calendar, which is usually above the timeslot rows. This value controls how many events or tasks can be shown in the all-day area. Each event or task will take up one row.|
|All-day text behavior||The text behavior of items shown in the all-day area. Options are Wrap text, Don't wrap text, and Shrink text to fit.|
|Item font size||Override the default font size associated with each calendar data source.|
|Time format||The time format. Supported formats are 12-hour (8:00 PM), 24-hour (20:00), Shortened (8pm), Military (2000), and Numeric (20.0). An example time is shown for each format in the drop-down list.|
|Show timed multiday items in all-day area||When checked, events or starts that have start and end times spanning multiple days will be shown in the all-day area instead of the timeslot columns.|
|Show start time||When checked, event or task start times will be shown. The ordering of times, title, and location values can be specified in the PrintableCal options.|
|Show end time||When checked, event or task end times will be shown./span>|
|Show time on separate line||When checked, event or task times will be shown on a separate line, above the title.|
|Show location||When checked, event or task locations will be shown.|
|Show location on separate line||When checked, event or task locations will be shown on a separate line, below the title and above the description.|
|Show description||When checked, descriptions will be included in event and task blocks (up to the available space).|
|Show blank line above description||When checked, a blank line will be shown above the description, to help differentiate the description from the title and location values.|
|Use bold text for item titles||When checked, item titles will be in bold text, to help differentiate from the location and description values.|
|Show overdue tasks||When checked, any tasks that will be overdue before the specified start date will be listed, even if they were scheduled to be due on an earlier date.|
|Show completed tasks||When checked, tasks that have already been completed will be listed.|
|Show tasks in day columns||When checked, tasks that are due during the week will also be shown in the day columns instead of only in the task list.|
|Show tasks that have no due date||When checked, tasks that don't have due dates will be listed.|
Have questions about PrintableCal?
If this documentation doesn't answer your questions, please contact us. We'd be happy to help! You can send your question by entering it below. We'll respond as soon as we can, and always within 1 business day.
Don't have PrintableCal yet?
Installation of PrintableCal is quick and easy. All you need is a Windows computer with Excel, Word, or PowerPoint. Click the button below to start the download. You don't need to sign up for anything or provide an email address - simply download and run the installer. You'll be creating printable calendars in no time.
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.