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2013 Calendar

Posted on October 19, 2012
Filed Under Calendar | 7 Comments


We will enter year 2013 within four months. I have finished the new 2013 calendar templates and made no major changes compared with the previous calendars. I have just add a capability to mark consecutive dates just by typing the start dates and the end dates of one event/planned period. For example, you need to synchronize your leave period with your children school holidays. Instead of marking date after date in previous templates, you can type your leave period, your children holidays, and start planning your vacation icon smile 2013 Calendar . You will see different colors surrounding the dates.

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With these start-end marking dates feature, it should be easier for you to make several types of plans, for example vacation plan, business travel plan, exhibition event plan,  wedding plan, etc. This feature is applied on standard calendar only. The 2013 calendars with notes (calendar with notes at the left and right side of the calendar) are remain the same with the previous ones.

I add a new linear style calendar which probably could fit people who need it for special purposes. It will have the consecutive marking dates feature like standard 2013 calendars. But, all of those new features are only working with Excel 2007/2010. You still can download 2013 calendars for Excel 97/2003 but you won’t have those new features.

You can download the files below :

xlsx 2013 Calendar  2013 Calendar Portrait V1.0 (Excel 2007/2010) (33.1 KiB, 5,552 hits)

xlsx 2013 Calendar  2013 Calendar Landscape V1.0 (Excel 2007/2010) (33.0 KiB, 6,377 hits)

xlsx 2013 Calendar  2013 Calendar Portrait with Notes - Vertical Month - V1.51 (Excel 2007/2010) (28.4 KiB, 3,466 hits)

xlsx 2013 Calendar  2013 Calendar Portrait with Notes - Horizontal Month - V1.51 (Excel 2007/2010) (28.5 KiB, 3,303 hits)

xlsx 2013 Calendar  2013 Linear Calendar V1.0 (Excel 2007/2010) (30.0 KiB, 3,063 hits)

xls 2013 Calendar  2013 Calendar Portrait V1.0 (Excel 97/2003) (74.0 KiB, 1,822 hits)

xls 2013 Calendar  2013 Calendar Landscape V1.0 (Excel 97/2003) (74.5 KiB, 2,678 hits)

xls 2013 Calendar  2013 Calendar Portrait with Notes - Vertical Month - V1.51 (Excel 97/2003) (73.0 KiB, 2,259 hits)

xls 2013 Calendar  2013 Calendar Portrait with Notes - Horizontal Month - V1.51 (Excel 97/2003) (76.0 KiB, 2,796 hits)

All files you’ve downloaded are password protected. But, you still be able to modify some cells. But, if you want to have full access to those calendars, you can purchase the unlocked version for $4.99, and you will have all 2013 calendars (require Excel 2007/2010) as follows :

- Unlocked 2013 Calendar – Portrait
- Unlocked 2013 Calendar – Landscape
- Unlocked 2013 Linear Calendar
- Unlocked 2013 Calendar with Notes РVertical Month Arrangement  with 7 Different Marking Color
- Unlocked 2013 Calendar with Notes – Horizontal Month Arrangement with 7 Different Marking Color
- Unlocked July 2012/June 2013 Academic Calendar
- Unlocked July 2012/July 2013 Academic Calendar
- Unlocked August 2012/July 2013 Academic Calendar
- Unlocked August 2012/August 2013 Academic Calendar

Get Unlocked 2013 Calendars for US$ 4.99

 2013 Calendar


Comments

7 Responses to “2013 Calendar”

  1. Calendar Template on October 23rd, 2012 5:48 am

    Similar Calendar for this year also is not so entertaining try to make some changes in the new calendar. So that we can feel the new look.

  2. nhat on November 13th, 2012 12:34 pm

    I would like to ask you how to change the begin day of a week from Sun to Mon!
    Thank you ver much

  3. roar on February 21st, 2013 2:37 pm

    thx for these great calenders, i unlocked the calenders,is it possible to add more cells in for example the yellow event 3? thx

  4. Kiluk on February 21st, 2013 4:15 pm

    Is it possible to make a universal calendar, so you can select the year and build a new calendar

  5. Marie Padriga on April 25th, 2013 10:17 pm

    Does the template automatically adjust to the year selcted?

  6. Sharon Owens on June 27th, 2013 12:40 pm

    Hello,

    First of all let me state I love your website with your templates: I am an Administrative Assistant to a Principal at a school. I am curious if you are going to make the 2013/2013 Academic Calender otherwise I will take the 2012/2013 and change the calendar dates.

    Thank you

  7. Karsten Liebmann on November 4th, 2013 6:50 am

    Hello, your vertical calendar 2014 does not show the marks in January (you yourself have in the example data 1/1 and 1/20 as holiday event but they don’t show)

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