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PrintableCal Premium

Create Printable Calendars in Word and Excel

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It’s true, we live in a digital age. That means, just like the Tower of Babylon, we’ve all gone our separate ways when it comes to using calendar applications…some of us like Google Calendar, others stick with Outlook. Then there are those who pledge allegiance to Yahoo, iCal, VueMinder, and many others. But what brings all of our disparate calendar tribes together? The need to occasionally print out our schedule! Thankfully, there’s today’s discount software promotion, PrintableCal Premium!

PrintableCal Premium lets you create printable calendars in Excel and Word from a wide variety of data sources, including Google Calendar, Outlook, Yahoo, iCal, and many others. With PrintableCal Premium, you don’t have to settle for a plain grid, either - PrintableCal Premium comes with multiple templates offering yearly, monthly, weekly, Gantt chart, and agenda views. Want to really jazz it up? Slap your company logo across your calendar! Or family photo! Or your thrilling contact info! Can you change layouts and colors? But of course!

Imagine plopping a calendar into a Word document or Excel spreadsheet and having that calendar automatically populate with the data of your choice. Throw in an online community where you can upload and download templates, a mini calendar and date picker, and support for color coded legends, and PrintableCal Premium becomes an indispensable part of your organized, high tech lifestyle!

This promotion includes the following:
PrintableCal Premium ($99.95)
PrintableCal Standard ($79.95)
PrintableCal Ultimate ($129.95)
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Bani Harms Hi,
how do I Import an ics file in a quick created calender?
best regards
Apr 25 2014 at 12:17am Copy Link
Ralph Bressler I think you meant Tower of Babel!
Apr 25 2014 at 12:41am Copy Link
Dan Chartrand Hi Bani, to import an ics file into PrintableCal, click the "Create Calendar" button, select the template you'd like to use for subsequent "Quick Calendar" commands, press the Next button, and then add the ics file by clicking the "Add Calendar" button and selecting 'iCalendar File" from the drop-down. See the documentation linked below for more information:

After you go through these steps to generate a calendar, a "Quick Calendar" button will appear. Clicking that button will enable the calendar to be re-generated using the same template and ics file. If the ics file was updated, the latest data will be imported.

I hope that helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
VueSoft LLC - Apr 25 2014 at 5:57am Copy Link
Sukru Boztepe 1 installation per footprint. !!! Why?
Apr 25 2014 at 11:05am Copy Link
Dan Chartrand That's not correct. There is no limit to how many times the software can be installed on the same computer (aka footprint).

Also, a license can also be installed on up to 3 computers as long as you're the only person using the software on all 3 computers.

I apologize for the confusion. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
VueSoft LLC - Apr 25 2014 at 11:16am Copy Link
Garfield Stinvil Deals come and deals go. If you are reading this then trust me and get this now. I already purchased this the last time it was offered and I am very happy with it and the developer. There are so many possibilities available with this software. Here is my personal story and the reason why I bought this.

I wanted to automate the printing of a calendar in the morning so all I have to do is pick it off the printer every morning and start my day. It's hard to beat Google Calendar but I don't like their printed version. I was used to the "Classic" Size & format of the Franklin Day Planner. This software allows import of Google Calendar into excel and more importantly customization. However, it did not allow me to automate using keyboard shortcuts. I asked the developer to include this in his program. He did in his following update just last week. This morning I found some free time to test it and noticed this software and was being offered here on bitsdujour. I promised myself that I would not post here recommending this until I verified his update worked for my Holy Grail of Calendar Automation. I just tested it, it does, and I am very happy.

This is just the beginning I envision. Power of excel formulas will allow me to expand functionality even further. Plus the program allows for Toodledo and Remember the Milk imports which could help create a Calendar/To do Hybrid and possible To Do charts and statistics. A calendar is a road map for your future and there is no other developer I've seen who has devoted as much time to making the best calendar software out there. Get this while you can.
Apr 25 2014 at 12:06pm Copy Link
Dan Chartrand @John Terdik - A new template style has been added to PrintableCal v1.4 based on your previous suggestion. This template style is named "Multiple Months as Columns". As the name implies, this template will generate months as columns and days as rows. The template can be used to print any number of months. An entire year can fit on one page while still showing event titles and times. A similar "Multiple Months as Rows" template has also been added to v1.4, where months will be rows and days will be columns.

Thanks again for your suggestion. Please let me know if you have any other ideas on how PrintableCal could be improved.
VueSoft LLC - Aug 29 2014 at 4:20pm Copy Link

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