Why buy a calendar for $10 or more if you can get free calendars to print out online? A search for free calendars to print displays lots of websites that offer free printable calendars. Microsoft Office users can download dozens of calendar templates at Microsoft's Office Online website. All calendars can be downloaded if the user has a genuine version of Microsoft Office installed on his computer.
The calendar templates are quite diverse from Asian style calendars to photographic calendars and classic ones. Some calendar templates are good for the whole year while some only display a month which would mean to download twelve different templates for the whole year. There are also some calendars that do not fit into the usual scheme, a lunar calendar but also customizable ones like the family calendar which can be customized with family pictures and text.
If you do not use Microsoft Office you might want to give other services like the free printable calendar service at Vortex a try which is offering free calendars to print in pdf format.
Update: The original Microsoft site the templates were published on is no longer available. There is however this search results page that you can make use of instead. It lists templates for all Microsoft Office products in the results that you can browse through and download to your local computer system to use in the Office product they have been designed for.
Note that you get templates for various Office products - the product is always highlighted in the results right beneath the thumbnail and name of the template - so that you need to make sure to download templates suitable for your version of Office.
You can filter results by products or category. The site lists thousands of templates for you to download for free to your computer.Advertisement
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