|Calendar for year overviews. Gregorian, Julian, Jewish, Islamic calendar systems supported. Computes holidays, sun/moon and many calendrical numbers. Personal events like holidays and much more.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:19|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000|
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AllDay v7.0 is a calendar for year overviews. Gregorian, Julian, Jewish and Islamic calendar systems are supported. The application computes holidays, times of sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset and moon phase as well as number of day in year, number of week in year, julian day number, remaining days in year, remaining weeks in year. User can enter personal events like holidays or birthdays and vacations etc. Day events and period events with various repeat types are possible. Import/export, count number of days, inspector function and event list. User friendly interface with many options and "on-line" help.
Gregorian, Calendar, Julian, Moon, Holidays, Islamic, Jewish, Events, Sun
Computes age of year events, file locking enhanced
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