Free 2009 Calendars Courtesy of Microsoft Office Online
Article by George Norman
On 05 Jan 2009
Barely into 2009 (Happy New Year! everyone, by the way), and one question is on everyone’s lips: where can I get a calendar that looks good, can be easily printed out, and will not cost me a dime? Luckily enough the good people from Microsoft Office Online have thought ahead and are offering a generous selection of 2009 calendars for free (that’s right, for free).

When it comes to calendars, the simple truth of the matter is that the offer is more than generous, ranging from calendars depicting fast, exotic cars or beautiful, scantly dressed women to calendars showing adorable pets or breathtaking scenery. The thing is that you need not part with your hard earned money in order to get them – keep those $10 bucks in your wallet, we are in the middle of a financial crisis, don’t you know? Instead download a free Microsoft Office provided wallpaper and print it out; it looks just as good as any other calendar on the market, but it is free.

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If you were waiting for a catch, here it is: the calendars are free, but they will open in Word or Excel, which are part of the Microsoft Office suite, which in turn does not come for free. If you already have MSOffice installed on your machine, then there shouldn’t be any problems (assuming that you also have a printer at your disposal). If you do not, try these alternatives: download and print the calendar at work, since your machine there surely has MSOffice installed on it, not to mention that printers are readily available. If work is not an option, why not download and install OpenOffice 3.0, which provides the same functionality as MSOffice, but with a key difference – free of charge. With OpenOffice you will be able to open these documents, edit them, and then print them out.

The things I liked the most in this Microsoft Office Online calendar offering are: the fact that the Office Online team have thought ahead and have set up a space on the calendars where you can type a message; the fact that you can change the background picture; and the fact that some calendars only display one month, allowing me to come up with a whole year’s calendar made up of the templates is particularly enjoy.

If you would like to get a free Microsoft Office provided 2009 calendar, please click here.



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