Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Printing a calendar in a different size
Our calendars are only available in US letter size (8.5 x 11) and A4 (Australian calendars), but you can print them in different sizes (enlarge or shrink them). The procedure is different depending on the file format/application used:
To print a PDF calendar in any size you want (for example, to shrink it into a pocket calendar or to scale it up to poster size), change the page sizing parameters in the print dialog box when printing from your PDF reader software. For example, if you set the scale to 200%, the calendars should print at twice the normal size. See Adobe's support page on Printing PDFs in custom sizes
You can also resize/scale PDF files to a wide variety of sizes using Docupub's online PDFresize
To enlarge or reduce the printing size of an Excel calendar, see Scale the sheet size for printing
on the Microsoft Office support site. Or save the calendar as a PDF file and use the methods described above to print.
The easiest way to enlarge or reduce a Word document when printing is to save it as a PDF file and then use the methods described above to print. If that doesn't work for you, another way is described here
I can't download a calendar...
I can't find the download link...
I don't want to download "add-ons" or "extensions"...
To download one of our calendars, simply scroll down the page until you reach the part of the page that shows images of our calendars and links to the right of them that start with "Download template ... ". Click on an image or the link to the right of it and, depending on your browser settings and the file type, the file will be downloaded by your browser to the download area of your device, or opened in the browser or in the corresponding application (PDF reader, Excel, Word, Microsoft Office alternatives, etc.).
The only files you can download from our website are files for Microsoft Excel (with the extension ".xlsx"), Microsoft Word (with the extension ".docx") and PDF (with the extension ".pdf"). Downloadable files with other extensions (e.g. ".zip" or ".exe") may indicate a problem with malware (see below).
There are no "add-ons" or "extensions" on our site that you have to download first in order to receive our calendars. You don't have to buy anything or enter your credit card details either. All our calendars can be downloaded directly from our website and are free of charge. All download links to our calendars start with "https://www.calendarpedia.com/download/...". If a download link does not start like this, it is not one of our download links and you may have a problem with malware (see below).
We have an ad at the top of each page (marked as "Sponsored links"), just below the heading, which may be linked to other websites that offer calendars. We have no influence on what ads are shown here, and calendars that might be offered here are not from us. Scroll down the page to get to our calendars.
Unfortunately without ads it wouldn't be possible to finance the development and upkeep of our site, and it would have to cease to exist. We do try to only have a small number of ads on our site and keep them as unobtrusive as possible.
If you are unable to download a calendar, or if you are prompted to install an add-on or and extension, or purchase something when downloading a calendar, or if you are redirected to another website when clicking on a download link for one of our calendars, malware or other dubious software may be installed in your browser
(such software is often installed unnoticed and unintentionally when downloading and installing other software). Browser hijacking is a type of online fraud. Scammers use malicious software (malware) to take control of your computer's Internet browser and change how and what it displays when you're surfing the web.
Remove the malware from your computer using a malware removal tool, or try a different browser or a different computer to download our calendars.