Many calendar templates are available for use in Microsoft Excel. A template provides a basic calendar layout that you can easily adapt for your needs.

An Excel calendar template may have one or more of these features:

  • Twelve months in one or separate worksheets.

  • Thirteen months starting with July or August and ending with July or August of the next year to represent a school year.

  • Calendar printing on one page or twelve pages (thirteen pages for school year calendars).

  • Display of weekdays from Sunday to Saturday or from Monday to Sunday.

  • Portrait or landscape orientation for printed pages.

  • A ruled column for notes.

  • A vacation planner.

  • To-do lists.

  • Task trackers.

  • Budget trackers.

  • Daily schedule tracker.

Download a calendar template:

Browse through the calendar templates, choose an Excel calendar template that is best for you. Click the Download button on the template page, open the template file in Excel, and then edit and save your calendar.

Note: By default, a template file download goes into the Downloads folder on your computer. You may want to copy the template file to a different location so that you can easily find it later.

Need more help?

You can always ask an expert in the Excel Tech Community or get support in the Answers community.

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