Calendars can come in many forms and sizes today. Every year there are more and more different designs for a yearly calendar. 2011 is no different. It is just privileged to have more designs to display its year.
Calendars can come in pocket sizes that can fit the pocket for the user’s convenience in being able to be carried in his pocket. Calendars can also be in half A4 sizes that can be placed on the table, called table calendars. These offer different months on each page that can be flipped over to display a different month. A 2011 calendar can also come as a big piece of spreadsheet that is placed on the top of the table as a full piece of paper or pinned up on the wall/bulletin for easy reference and display.
All the months, dates and days are listed on one side of the paper for easy reference although the writing space is quite limited. But if your objective is for an overview of the days and dates of each month at one glance for some comparison for the whole year, this spreadsheet calendar is ideal.
The 2011 calendar template will display the following columns:
The 2011 calendar can also showcase 12 boxes, each displaying a month of the year with its dates and days. Its size can be just an A4 piece which you can put in a file for your convenience.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.