Printing Monthly Calendars

The Calendar app makes it useful to print out blank monthly calendar pages for use at work or home. You can also include events or birthdays on the printed page. This can be useful for planning or just having a calendar in a room away from your Mac.

Comments: 10 Responses to “Printing Monthly Calendars”

    Robert Mills
    2 years ago

    Thanks for all video’s,
    Happy New Year

    Mike Kobrick
    2 years ago

    Terrific as usual Gary, and thanks.

    Major Calendar fan here, and use it often. I print out a years worth, carry that around to meetings, et al, then every few days insert any changes to the Mac version and print it out again.

    But – if I have more than one paper copy there’s no way to tell which is newest. So here’s the question – do you know any way to include on the printout the date is was printed? I could always write it somewhere in the corner of course, but that seems so last year ;-)

    2 years ago

    Mike: I can think of lots of ways, but they are all hacks, no better than your “write it somewhere solution” — in fact they probably take more time. Like printing using the PDF button and sending it to Preview, then using annotations to add the date. See what I mean?

    Mike Kobrick
    2 years ago

    Gary – thanks for the very quick response (or dude, get a life!)
    Haven’t found the annotate – add date command in Preview yet, but I’m sure I will. Maybe better than writing..
    BTW, I hope Apple is paying you well for this site (best thing on the interweb) and that’s saying a lot! Thanks again…

    2 years ago

    Mike: There’s no “add date” command in Preview annotations, I was just suggesting typing the date manually. But that really isn’t any better than writing the date like you do now.
    Apple doesn’t pay me anything — MacMost is a completely independent site. Thanks!

    George Kolovos
    2 years ago

    Hi. Cool. Many thanks. Question: instead of printing, could I possibly export it to (for example) Numbers, so I can process as a second stage (whenever I please) and finally print out to my discretion?

    2 years ago

    George: You can export it as a PDF, but not as an entirely different type of document (Numbers). However, Numbers has a Calendar template — check that out.

    George Kolovos
    2 years ago

    👍🏻 Thx. A Happy New Year, everyone. 👋🏻

    Norm
    2 years ago

    In France the weeks run vertically, and of course, lundi, mardi. Etc. Possible in calendar?

    2 years ago

    Norm: I don’t know about that. I assume you have your location and language set to France/French. Beyond that, you’d know better than me if Calendar had a special French mode.

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