in short: an add-in for Excel and Word. It can generate printable calendars with events from Google Calendar Yahoo! Calendar Outlook Toodledo VueMinder iCal and more. It also includes a large nuversatile
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PrintableCal is an add-in for Microsoft Excel and Word that enables the automated creation of printable calendars from a wide variety of sources, including holidays, Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, Exchange, Yahoo! Calendar, Toodledo, VueMinder, iCalendar (ics) files/URLs, iCloud, and more.
PrintableCal provides many calendar templates in a variety of layouts, such as yearly, monthly, weekly, Gantt chart, and agenda. The templates support word-wrap and can dynamically adjust their size based on the number of events.
The calendar templates can also be easily customized. If you know how to use Microsoft Excel, then you already know how to personalize PrintableCal's templates with different layouts, colors, pictures, logos, contact information - the possibilities are endless. Customized templates can be re-used again and again. They can also be exported and shared.
Besides adding the ability to generate printable calendars, PrintableCal also extends the Task Pane in Excel and Word to include a multi-month date picker and the ability to insert a color-coded calendar legend. In addition, PrintableCal offers an easy-to-use API for extending the software to support additional calendar sources and templates.
Regardless of whether your calendar printing needs are simple or complex, PrintableCal is the solution.
Price $ 19.95 /
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Shareware File size:
Install and UninstallOS:
WinXP, WinVista, WinVista x64, Win7 x32, Win7 x64System requirements:
500MHz CPU, 256MB RAM, Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, Microsoft Office 2007 or laterLanguage:
EnglishRecent changes in this Major Update:
-Added a Month Template option to overflow events to additional pages if they won't fit. The month will be repeated showing just the events that didn't fit on the previous page. -Corrected the "+ More" indicator to always be in the last row of a date if there are more events than rows. -Bug fixes.