Custom calendar

BY J. CARLTON COLLINS, CPA

Q: Is there a quick way to create or paste a calendar into a Word document that can be edited, without having to create one from scratch?

A: Word includes a tool called Quick Tables, which provides several options for inserting calendars into a Word document, as follows. From the Insert tab, select Table, Quick Tables, and click on the calendar design you want to appear in the Word document. Once the calendar is inserted into Word, you can edit each day of the month, as demonstrated in the picture below.

 

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