What is linear calendar? In my perspective, linear calendar is a calendar which breaks down each month within a year into a horizontal timeline. Some people is more comfortable to create their plan using this kind of calendar, where they can circle their important dates, or mark consecutive dates without changing rows. Also, it will easier for them to see related days in different months if they want to make a plan with day or week as their reference.
There are two types of 2013 Linear Calendar that you can download below. Each type will have 2 different size (letter and A3 size). The different between each type only on additional previous and next dates which can be used as guidance dates. It is created using Microsoft Word with simple layout where you can customize it to meet your requirement. You can change the font size and color, or colorize the Saturday and Sunday Cells to emphasize holiday dates etc.
There is dates information table below each calendar to put your important dates or holidays, and also add important notes. You can remove this table if you don’t need it, or modify it to suit your needs.
2013 Linear Calendar - Full Column Dates (Excel 2007/2010) (22.0 KiB, 917 hits)
2013 Linear Calendar - Dates on Related Month Only (Excel 2007/2010) (21.4 KiB, 745 hits)
2013 Linear Calendar - Full Column Dates - A3 Size (Excel 2007/2010) (21.2 KiB, 590 hits)
2013 Linear Calendar - Dates on Related Month Only - A3 Size (Excel 2007/2010) (21.0 KiB, 587 hits)