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Here in Office, we pride ourselves on two things: solid research and satisfied customers. That's why we were concerned when our research told us that folks looking for calendar templates for PowerPoint, couldn't always find them.
Our early new year's resolution? To help you find the great templates that we have, and to let you know that they're free. As in "no cost to you". This isn't a limited-time offer. They've always been free, and will continue to be.
We have a couple dozen 2011 calendar templates for PowerPoint 2007 and 2010, as well as many other Office products, that you can download today, and more are on the way.
Check them out, and let us know what you think.
Here are some other calendar-related topics, about PowerPoint and other Office products, that you might find useful:
Academic year calendars
Create a calendar in Word 2003
How to Create a Calendar in Word 2007
Office Casual: How to know what day it is (with a free calendar)
Creating a Calendar in Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Excel Blog: How to create a perpetual yearly calendar in Excel
See and share multiple calendars in Outlook 2003
Send an Outlook 2007 calendar in an email message
Send an Outlook 2010 calendar in an email message
Publish a calendar on Office Online (in Outlook 2007)
Introduction to Internet Calendars (in Outlook 2007)
Calendar II: See and use multiple calendars (in Outlook 2007)
Share Outlook 2007 Calendars
-- Erik Jensen
Great calendars, Erik. But can you recommend some Excel calendars that start the week on Mondays (like we do in Scandinavia...) Thanks.
Hello Kjell - There are quite a few calendar templates up on Office.com - Here is a link: office.microsoft.com/.../results.aspx
Off hand, I didn't see any where the first day of the week started with Monday - but you could edit one to meet your needs, I suppose.
Kjell, I searched our templates page for "calendar monday excel", and that returned some good results. Take a look, and hope this helps: office.microsoft.com/.../results.aspx
Nice! Thanks Erik.