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New: Excel Calendar PRO New: Excel Calendar PRO


2 3 Excel Calendar PRO is an extension of this free template. The Excel Calendar PRO is an extension of this free template. The 4 5 6 PRO Version adds the following PRO Version adds the following features: features: Buttons to automatically copy the calendar to a new workbook and --Buttons to automatically copy the calendar to a new workbook and create a 12-month calendar workbook create a 12-month calendar workbook Holidays and annual events, including Easter, Christmas, Mother's --Holidays and annual events, including Easter, Christmas, Mother's Day,Father's Day, Daylight savings, and the Federal Tax deadline, Day, Father's Day, Daylight savings, and the Federal Tax deadline, 13 11 12 etc. etc. Ability to add additional annual events such as birthdays, --Ability to add additional annual events such as birthdays, anniversaries, monthly meetings, etc. anniversaries, monthly meetings, etc. Previous and next month "mini calendars" --Previous and next month "mini calendars" For more information, click on the link below. For more information, click on the link below. 18 19 20 7 8

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(See "Using the Calendar as a template" in the Help worksheet.)

Help
Enabling Macros ...
In order for the spreadsheet to work properly, you will need to enable the macros. In Excel, go to Tools -> Macro -> Security... and select the "Medium" option in the "Security Level" tab. The next time you try to open the spreadsheet, it should give you the option to enable macros.

Using the Calendar as a Template


In order to add events to the calendar and use the spreadsheet for more than just one month, first make a copy of the current month and paste it into the Planning worksheet. 1) Delete the graphics in the header of the calendar so that the calendar looks like this:

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2) Copy the Whole Calendar a) Select cells A8:N47 b) Press Ctrl+c or select Edit -> Copy 3) Paste the Calendar into the Planning worksheet The planning worksheet has been formatted so that the column widths are the same as the Calendar worksheet. a) Select cell A1 in the Planning worksheet b) Press Ctrl+v or select Edit -> Paste 4) Convert Formulas to Static Dates After pasting the calendar, you will need to make the dates static so that when changing the month on the Calendar worksheet, you don't also change the dates in the Planning worksheet. Immediately after pasting the calendar a) Select Edit -> Paste Special b) Choose the "Values" option, and select OK

Printing: After creating a copy of the calendar, you may want to print one of more of the calendars. a) Go to File -> Print Area -> Set Print Area b) Select the range of cells you want to print. c) Go to File -> Page Setup d) In the Page tab, select the "Fit To: " option e) Select print preview and change other options as needed.

Enabling Macros ...


In order for the spreadsheet to work properly, you will need to enable the macros. In Excel, go to Tools -> Macro -> Security... and select the "Medium" option in the "Security Level" tab. The next time you try to open the spreadsheet, it should give you the option to enable macros.

Copying Colors into a New Workbook


If you copy and paste the calendar into a new workbook, the color scheme you have created will not be the same in the new workbook. However, you can easily copy the colors from this Excel calendar template into another workbook. In the New Excel Workbook 1) Go to Tools -> Options 2) Choose the "Color" tab 3) In the "Copy colors from" field, choose this file (the excel calendar template). Note: You can only copy colors from a file that is already open. In order to make this process a little easier, Excel Calendar PRO includes a button to create a new workbook, copy the current calendar values and formats into the new workbook, and modify the color scheme.

Hiding / Showing Cell Gridlines


To toggle the cell gridlines on and off in Excel, go to Tools -> Options -> View then check or uncheck the Gridlines option. If you find yourself doing this frequently, you can add a button to your toolbar that will toggle the gridlines on and off. 1) Go to Tools -> Customize 2) In the Commands tab, choose the Forms category 3) Scroll down the list of Commands until you see the Toggle Grid button 4) Drag and drop the toggle grid button into one of your toolbars A convenient place for the grid button is next to the zoom dropdown box.

Settings and Formulas


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Today's Date ### 1 January 2012

Month Names January February March April May June July August September October November December

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