Week Grid with Task List Template
The Week Grid with Task List template generates a calendar showing 7 days on a single page, arranged in a 2x3 grid layout. Each event will be ordered based on its starting time. All-day events will be placed at the top of each day cell. Tasks that are overdue or due within the selected week will be listed to the right of the day grid. This template is similar to the Week Grid style, except it includes a task list.
The Week Grid 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. Typically, the start date should correspond with the first day of the week, although any date can be used as the starting date..|
|Number of weeks||Multiple weeks can be generated. Each week will be placed on its own worksheet (Excel) or page (Word). You can select how many weeks to include in the output by clicking the drop-down arrow.|
|Text behavior||Titles can be wrapped (if space allows), never wrapped, or shrunk to fit so that wrapping is unnecessary. You can pick the desired behavior via the drop-down list.|
|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.|
|Only use background color for all-day items||When checked, only events or tasks that are all-day or span multiple days will have a background color. Other items will have their text colored without a background.|
|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.|
|Use bold text for item times||When checked, item times will be in bold text, to help differentiate from other values.|
|Show location||When checked, event or task locations will be shown.|
|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 grid||When checked, tasks that are due during the week will also be shown in the day grid 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.|
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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.