Smart Calendar software helps you to generate event calendar. You can type your events into calendar easily. Events can be highlighted with background or text color. The calendar can be exported into PDF, EXCEL or HTML format.
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Description: Smart Calendar software help you to prepare and generate Event Calendar. You can type your events into calendar quickly and easily. It works like a traditional calendar. You choose the months for the calendar, and you will be provided with different day boxes to fill your events. You can easily input recurring events into calendar. The style of the boxes, include background color, font size, color, style and alignment can be adjusted. You can use different colors or font style to highlight your special events. Smart Calendar supports different paper sizes: A3, A4, A5, Legal and Letter. You can export the calendar with A4 or A5 paper and used as desktop calendar. You can also change the paper size to A3 and print the large calendar, and stick it on the wall. Calendar can be printed in portrait or landscape mode. You can export the calendar into PDF or HTML format for sharing with your colleagues. The calendar can also be exported into Excel format for futher process. With one click, the calendar can be exported as PDF attachment in email.
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