Download and Install PrintableCal

To download, click the button below. A file named PrintableCal_Setup.exe will be downloaded. Run this file to launch the PrintableCal installer, which will guide you through the remaining steps. More detailed instructions can also be found here.

Version 1.10.5 - January 23, 2019 - What's New
Runs on Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP SP3
Requires Microsoft Excel or Word (version 2007 or later)

Adding PrintableCal to Other User Accounts on the Same Computer

When PrintableCal is installed, it gets added to the current user’s list of Word and Excel add-ins. Other user accounts are not affected. To add PrintableCal to a different user account, please download and run the Add PrintableCal utility under that account (after PrintableCal has been installed using the button above). This utility does not require admin privileges.

Get the PrintableCal API

PrintableCal also provides a free API to enable additional template styles and calendar data sources. You can learn more about the API and download it here.


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  • Hi Bill, PrintableCal can import from Lotus Notes through .ics files. See the page linked below for instructions on how to export from Lotus Notes:

    After exporting from Lotus Notes, you can configure PrintableCal to import the ics file. See the documentation linked below:

    If you make updates in Lotus Notes and want to re-generate calendars in PrintableCal, you can export to the same ics file used previously. PrintableCal will import the latest file each time calendar generation is commanded.

    I hope that helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

  • Bill B

    Lotus Notes Compatibility? I'd recommend this to my boss TODAY if it had that.

  • Version 1.4 adds some additional multi-month calendar templates that could be used for generating quarterly calendars. The templates are named "Multiple Months as Columns" and "Multiple Months as Rows".

  • As of version 1.1, there's no template specifically for generating 3 month quarterly calendars. However, you could use the Monthly template and pick "3" for the number of months to be generate. See the documentation linked below:

    If you need everything on a single worksheet or page, you could use the Multi-Week template and pick 13 for the number of weeks.

    If neither of those templates satisfy your requirements, please let us know more about what template style you're looking for. You can post your template idea here:

  • Is there a 3 month quarterly calendar template?

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