Week starts with sunday
Monthly calendar template.xls
(Excel 97-2003 Workbook *.xls)

Week starts with monday
Monthly-calendar-template weekstart mon.xls
(Excel 97-2003 Workbook *.xls)

### How the template works

Select a month and year. The cells (C2 and E2) are drop down lists. The calendar is instantly updated with dates. This makes it quick and easy to print months. You may have to adjust print area.

### How I created the template

My calendar has seven columns and six rows filled with dates.

1. Select the first seven columns
2. Adjust width, I am using 128 px

1. Select six rows

Create drop down lists

1. Select cell C2
2. Create a drop down list (Data validation)
3. Select List
4. In source field, type: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Repeat with cell E2, in source field, type; 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

Calculate start date

I created a second sheet "Calculation".

Formula in C4:

=DATE(Sheet1!E2, MATCH(Sheet1!C2, months, 0), 1)-WEEKDAY(DATE(Sheet1!E2, MATCH(Sheet1!C2, months, 0), 1), 2) + Enter

Cell range A1:A12 contains: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Calendar formulas

1. Select sheet1.
2. Select cell A4, type in formula window: =Calculation!C4 + ENTER
3. Select cell B4, type in formula window: =A4 +1 +  ENTER.
4. Select cell A5, type in formula window: =G4 +1 +  ENTER
5. Copy cell A5 and paste it down as far as needed.
6. Select cell B4 and paste it to cell range B4:G9

Format cells

1. Select sheet1
2. Select cell range A4:G9
3. Click "Top Align" button (Home tab, excel 2007)
4. Click "Align text left" button (Home tab, excel 2007)
5. Press CTRL + 1
6. Click "Number" tab
7. Click Category: Custom
8. Type: D
9. Click OK

Create named range

1. Create named range, named "month"
2. In Referes to: field, type: =DATE(YEAR(Calculation!\$C\$4), MONTH(Calculation!\$C\$4)+1, 1)

1. Select cell range A1:A12 in sheet "Calculation"
2. Type months in name box

Conditional formatting

1. Select sheet1
2. Select cell range A4:G9
3. Click "Conditional formatting" button
4. Click "New Rule.."
5. Click "Use a formula to determine which cells to format"
6. Type: =MONTH(A4)<>(MONTH(month))
7. Click "Format..." button
8. Click "Font" tab
9. Select a color (grey)
10. Click OK!
11. Click OK!