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Create Printable Calendars in Word and Excel

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.

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peter schleifer Don't be offended by my question, but all (?) your screenshots show calendars American style, where the week begins with Sunday; Continental users need the week to begin with Monday. Do you have a setting for any template, to change this by a key pressing / mouse click, or would it involve time-consuming adjustments?

If there is a setting for it, all the better, and this is very interesting software, but then, I've seen software where such adjustments to non-US-customers is NOT done, e.g. Moffsoft calculator (which had been on offer here, too), and where it is NOT possible to change the decimal point to the decimal comma needed in Good Old Europe. Hence my question - you can never be sure of anything! ;-)
Nov 29 2013 at 6:12pm Copy Link
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Dan Chartrand Hi Peter, thank you for the feedback. PrintableCal requires Office 2007 or later. It's a managed VSTO add-in, which isn't compatible with Office 2003.

There is a setting to pick either Sunday or Monday as the first day of the week. The default will be Monday if that's how the regional settings in Windows are configured. The date and time format will also match your regional settings but can be changed.

See the screenshot linked below. Notice the fields titled "First day of week" and "Time format".
http://www.printablecal.c..._month.png

I hope that answers your questions. Thank you for your interest in PrintableCal and please let me know if you have any other questions or suggestions.
VueSoft LLC - Nov 29 2013 at 6:41pm Copy Link
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John Terdik I tried to install twice and it bombs out on me with the following. How do I resolve?

Name: PrintableCal
From: http://www.printablecal.c...leCal.vsto

************** Exception Text **************
System.Runtime.InteropServices.InvalidComObjectException: COM object that has been separated from its underlying RCW cannot be used.
at System.StubHelpers.StubHelpers.InternalGetCOMHRExceptionObject(Int32 hr, IntPtr pCPCMD, Object pThis, Boolean fForWinRT)
at System.StubHelpers.StubHelpers.GetCOMHRExceptionObject(Int32 hr, IntPtr pCPCMD, Object pThis)
at System.Deployment.Internal.Isolation.IActContext.ApplicationBasePath(UInt32 Flags, String& ApplicationPath)
at System.ActivationContext.get_ApplicationDirectory()
at System.AppDomainSetup..ctor(ActivationArguments activationArguments)
at System.AppDomainSetup..ctor(ActivationContext activationContext)
at Microsoft.VisualStudio.Tools.Applications.Deployment.ClickOnceAddInDeploymentManager.CreateAppDomainSetup(ActivationContext context, Uri deploymentManifestUri, AddInInstallationStatus installStatus)
at Microsoft.VisualStudio.Tools.Applications.Deployment.ClickOnceAddInDeploymentManager.InstallAddIn()
Nov 30 2013 at 1:04am Copy Link
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Scot Gerardi Hi Peter,

I wanted to let you know that Microsoft is pulling the plug on the support for Office 2003 on April 8th 2014. This means no more updates of any kind. You can about it here: http://www.microsoft.com/...pport.aspx.
Nov 30 2013 at 4:13am Copy Link
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peter schleifer Hi Dan, thank you very much for your kind answer. I fully understand developers in 2013 can't do extra work for Office 2003 anymore where technical differences would ask for such extra effort, even MS abandons that.

When I inquire nevertheless, though, in such cases, it's because often software has been develevoped some years ago, so that compatibility had been included then.

For example, many Outlook add-ins work with OL 2003 (but they often do different versions, in order for this to be so, the versions for 2003 being developed then and do not necessarily comprise new functionality that might be in their later versions), whilst others work from 2007 on only.

As said, I fully understand 2003 compatibility cannot be realized anymore in an economically viable way, and the implementation of both US and European calendar formats is a good thing.
Nov 30 2013 at 4:20am Copy Link
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Dan Chartrand Hi John, PrintableCal uses ClickOnce for its installation. I haven't seen the error you're receiving, but it's possible a reboot will fix it.

If rebooting doesn't help, maybe your security software is interfering with ClickOnce. Try disabling your security software before installing and then re-enable after the installation is completed. Does that fix it?
VueSoft LLC - Nov 30 2013 at 6:34am Copy Link
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John Terdik Reboot resolved the install, now it will not accept my key. I get "An error occurred while attempting to activate the license" then it list my key, my name and my email address which are all correct.
Nov 30 2013 at 10:45am Copy Link
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Dan Chartrand Hi John, glad you were able to resolve the installation/registration problem. Regarding the Year template, it's designed to fit on a single page. There's a Year template titled "Year Template With List" that will also list your events for the year. Just be aware that if you have many events defined for the year, they might not all fit on a single page.

You might also try the "Month - 6 Months/Page" template, which will show events to the right of each month. It will take 2 pages to print an entire year, but it might be closer to what you're looking for.

If not, please let me know what type of Year layout/content you'd like and I'll see if I can design a template to accomplish it.
VueSoft LLC - Nov 30 2013 at 11:14am Copy Link
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John Terdik Dan, in the past I use YearPlanner (see http://www.c-software.net/) and really liked the format for the year view. Can I reproduce this format for the year view in PrintableCal? YearPlanner has not been updated for several years and the author has never fixed rather major bugs that I reported a few years ago. Since then I've been looking for a replacement. YearPlanner put everything on one page. :)
Nov 30 2013 at 4:07pm Copy Link
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Dan Chartrand Hi John, I believe you're looking for a layout that has months as columns and day numbers as rows. There isn't currently a template in PrintableCal that supports that layout but I've added this to my to-do list for an upcoming release.

As for your appointments not being listed - when you generate a calendar please ensure the calendar names have check-marks. Calendars that aren't checked will not be included in the output. This is explained in more detail here:
http://www.printablecal.c...ta-Sources

Please let me know if you have any other questions or suggestions.
VueSoft LLC - Nov 30 2013 at 4:17pm Copy Link
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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
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Ralph Bressler I think you meant Tower of Babel!
Apr 25 2014 at 12:41am Copy Link
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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:
http://www.printablecal.c...endar-File

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
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Sukru Boztepe 1 installation per footprint. !!! Why?
Apr 25 2014 at 11:05am Copy Link
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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
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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
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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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