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MSWord calendar

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by mason, Dec 1, 2001.

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  1. mason

    mason Thread Starter

    Dec 16, 2000
    Is there a way to make a calendar in Word that is a 5 day that will automatically change the month and year like the template calendar that comes with Word. I had zero luck trying to edit the 7 day calendar that is in Word
  2. Anne Troy

    Anne Troy

    Feb 14, 1999
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    Well, I just used the calendar wizard and edited it to be a 5-day calendar in less than 2 minutes, maybe less than one.

    Here are the exact steps I took:

    1. File-New-Calendar wizard. Choose the month/year, create the calendar.
    2. Click on the first Sunday table cell and drag down so that all Sunday cells are selected. Hit Edit-Cut.
    3. Do the same with Saturdays.
    4. Click in any cell.
    5. Hit Table-Select-Table.
    6. Hit Table, Table Properties.
    7. Choose the Column tab.
    8. Set the column width to 2".

    Yes? No? (Of course I just spent a little extra time to find out that the ideal column width is 2", but you won't have to do this each time now that you know it.)
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