August 10, 2004

Curious George: Downloadable Calendar There was a discussion in March about a good online calendar. I'm looking for something a bit different.

I need a printable calendar. Specifically a free, downloadable blank yearly calendar. Simple Google searches have yielded me some annoying sites with pop up ads galore, and small, non-usable month at a time calendars. My Outlook calendar is already full, and I want a blank one. I tried printing my Yahoo Calendar but it was too small and I couldn

  • you might find this calendar generator handy, that's what i use, you can make a customized calendar there
  • Install the Mozilla calendar. That's what I did.
  • That looks good. I also found something promising at, but was wondering what others were using. Thanks!
  • RSS Calendar is not very printable, but neat nonetheless.
  • you can also easilly make one in a spreadsheet program and have it look exactly how you want it.
  • Santoka, since you're already using Outlook, why not create a new calendar there? Make a new folder, tell it to hold Calendar Items, and format it to view/print however you like. If you just need it for printing you can delete it when you're done.
  • Following on from jccalhoun's idea, you could always try Microsoft Office Calendars and Planners. (note: this is not an endorsement for Microsoft products) They don't have much up for 2005 yet, but you could always adapt a 2004 calendar should your heart desire (just don't forget to remove February 29).
  • I've been looking for something like this too. I like Mozilla's calendar, but the printed version is not as nice as the one you see on screen. So what I have done a few times is to bring up Mozilla calendar and then do a screen capture and print that. SideDish's looks pretty good. Here's another online site: If you have access to Linux, this one looks really nice: