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The desktop version will still be available here, but no new updates are being planned.  If you find that the calendar file is corrupted or doesn’t look right for a month that end on a Saturday, you can find a workaround described below.

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Corrupted calendar for a month ending on Saturday?

You can fix the file manually and then it will display correctly in your word processor.  Here are the steps for doing that.

  1. Use the Save option in PrintMyCal to save the calendar file. Do not open it in your word processor yet.
  2. Open the calendar file in Windows Notepad or some other simple text editor.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the file and find the line that looks like this.
    \intbl \cell\intbl \cell\intbl \cell\intbl \cell\intbl \cell\intbl \cell\intbl \cell\intbl \row
  4. Delete most of the line so that only this is left.
    \intbl \row
  5. Save the file and then open it in your word processor.



System Requirements

  • Windows – XP or newer
  • Java – Version 6.23 or newer (Download)
  • Word Processor – Open Office Writer (Download), Microsoft Word, WordPad, etc.

User Manual [PDF]

Overview Video

Version History

Version 1.2.0 [.JAR]



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