Creating a printable calendar in Word

January 2, 2012 at 04:12:01
Specs: Windows 7

I'm trying to create a homemade A6 size calendar/diary (i.e. a quarter of an A4 sheet).

So what I want to do is somehow create a template, that I can update each year, which will split an A4 page in 4, and have the day, date and year in the top right hand corner for 92 pages (i.e. 92 x 4 = 368.............close enough to 365 days)

Can someone at least point me in the right direction

If someone PM's me, I'll send a copy of the sort of thing I'm talking about

Thanks in advance

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January 2, 2012 at 07:44:54
Have you tried to do this in Excel?

You can set cells sizes (Row Height & Column Width) to match the "4 per page" you are looking for.

I can't test anything with A4 paper, but with standard 8.5 x 11 stock, I was able to get 4 dates per page with a Row Height of 235 and a Column Width of 50. If I played with my margins, I'm sure I could go a little bit bigger.

I put Borders around all cells to create 4 "boxes" and aligned the text as Top, Left.

If I wanted to, I could use more than one cell for each date and thick borders to create a square or rectangle for each date and then use thin borders to add "lines" inside the bigger boxes to make it easy to hand write entries once the calendar is hanging on the wall.

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January 2, 2012 at 08:29:24
Have you tried using a Template?

Look here for all kinds of Calendars:


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