Free 2013 Monthly Calendar Template

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Free 2013 Monthly Calendar Template

Here is another addition to our calendar family.  It is a monthly calendar template for 2013. Like all of our templates, it has been done in PowerPoint with a month on each page.

These templates are easy to change and you can add your own text, and colour the individual boxes. You could use one at home on the fridge door to keep the family’s busy schedule together.

Please let us know how you use this calendar and if you have any ideas on how we could change or add to it.

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11 December 2011    Template number 00856

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Comments on: Free 2013 Monthly Calendar Template

Thank you very much just what I need to input my shifts

Posted by Frank — 8 Nov @ 12:00 pm

Thanks so much! I used these calenders to make my class a year calender for their parents :)

Posted by Bailey — 7 Dec @ 3:29 am

WOW – this is great for school… I wonder if there’s a way to connect it to Outlook calendar!?

Posted by Anonymous — 10 Dec @ 1:23 am

Will use to track purchasing of lab supplies and estimate when to reorder.

Posted by Julia — 10 Dec @ 4:28 pm

This is great. Thanks so much!!

It would be nice if you had the option to start the week w/ Sunday. This is more consistent with a lot of other calendars.

Posted by Landon — 13 Dec @ 5:41 pm


However why make it Powerpoint when not everyone has Powerpoint?

Posted by Alice — 15 Jan @ 2:27 pm

Will colour code and use for financial tracking (i.e. money in/bills out). I need it ‘visibly in my face’ in order to plan better and keep on track better.

Posted by Kate from UK — 22 Jan @ 11:27 pm

The dates for the 2013 calendar are placed incorrectly. Also, can’t edit ALL boxes at once because they are shapes not cells. Text size varies from box to box.

Posted by AA — 30 Jan @ 3:36 pm

Hi slightly confused by your comment as you cant edit all the boxes together – you highlight all the boxes and then can change font, size, colour etc. We have only designed it so month is biggest font, followed by the days of the week and then the day (the day being the smallest so it allows you to write any plans in it – if you print it out)
All our previous calendars are in the same format.

Posted by rboynton — 31 Jan @ 11:09 am

Thanks!!!Just what I needed

Posted by Carolina — 19 Mar @ 11:30 pm

Wanting to print out 2014 but not sure how to change the year cheers

Posted by Joanne McClintock — 29 Aug @ 5:44 am

these are now available to download on following link;

Posted by rboynton — 28 Oct @ 4:21 pm

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