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Need a plain-vanilla calendar for your business which shows the year in a glance? Or the kind that your local hardware passes out for free (marketing) at the end of the year? Or if you're a student, how about one that lets you juggle assignments as the professors keep juggling dates?
Here are this year's free 2012 Excel calendars.
Designer-Brand (Yours) Business Calendars
Small business calendar (any year, Mon-Sun): This one will look like you hired a graphic designer to create a calendar in sync with your other branded communications. It has places to add your logo, contact info, and images and photos of your business.
Small business calendar (any year, Sun-Sat): Same as above except the days of the week are ordered from Sunday through Saturday.
Family Photo Op
Family calendar (any year, Mon-Sun): Some Excel geek figured out this one. There's an image of a small blackboard (like the magnetic ones you hang on your refrigerator) where you can scribble important dates. As soon as you enter one date, the corresponding date is highlighted on the calendar below it. (If you want to know what's behind the magic--it's called conditional formatting.)
Family calendar(any year, Sun-Sat): Same as above except the days of the week are organized from Sunday through Saturday.
Seasonal family calendar (any year, Mon-Sun): Same as above except the days of the week are organized from Monday through Sunday.
Student weekly planning calendar (any year, Sun-Sat): Not sure who will like this one more--students or teachers. It's laid out so you can see assignments in the right column and test dates or a class schedule in the calendar to the left.
Have fun keeping track of your dental appointments!
I think you should consider using the TechNet forums for your question instead. That is bound to give you some answers. You can find those here: social.technet.microsoft.com/.../threads
Thanks for sharing Emily, but why did you have to be so cruel to mention those icky dental visits? ;-)
That's why you need a calendar--no need to think about them until the day is upon you.
Another great place to get your questions answered is on Microsoft Answers: microsoft.justanswer.com.
I like the word "spiffy"; it's certainly not used nearly enough. Spiffy, Daddy-O, copasetic, kibosh. I plan to bring those back. Thanks, Emily (for the calendars, too, of course)!