Print your google calendar for your paper planner

I love my google calendars and my paper planner, so I wrote a little script that retrieves your google calendar events and then formats them in pages that will fit in a 6-ring DayRunner. I print out a week or so at a time, using paper I cut to fit my planner. Right now I'm using a handheld hole punch, but I'm planning on picking up a 6-hole punch when I get the chance.

It requires mozilla firefox to view (sorry IE / Safari folks.. I'm workin' on it!), and currenly only prints pages for the 3.75x6.75 dayRunners... more sizes to come soon.

No downloads necessary, just fill out the form at http://fishtop.com/geek/20/dayrunner-pages-for-google-calend... and it will generate the pages for you. Follow the printing instructions on the page.

Please let me know if you find this useful, or how I can improve it. Thanks!

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Love the idea...

Hi.
I love the idea, but most all my calendars use recurring information (birthdays, holidays, regular appointments, etc). Sorry to hear it's such a pain to code around recurring events, but now I'm wondering if recurring events play important roles in other people's schedules.

Also - every second day has the first time stamp (9 am) centered, while the rest do not.

Otherwise - it worked fine when I fed it a calendar without any recurring events. :)
Bravo.

Thanks, I'm hoping to get

Thanks, I'm hoping to get recurring events in there eventually... but google's calendar format makes it really difficult to do. Thanks for noting the 9am thing... I'll have to figure out why that is :)

This is really sweet....

I tried to email you but your address isn't available on this site.
Can I have the code?

Does this link still

Does this link still exist?
Id love to try it as im trying to create a similar flash version of this.

Thanks!!
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More Options for Printing your Google Calendar

If you have Microsoft Office (MS Word or Excel), another option for printing your Google Calendar is to use WinCalendar. With WinCalendar you can import Google calendar onto a variety of Calendar formats generated in native Excel and Word formats. From there you can further edit or utilize all the abundant formatting & printing features available in MS office. Free version available & yes, WinCalendar also works with re-occurring appointments. For more information see www.WinCalendar.com.

Enjoy,
Sam

[Editor's note: This is basically a very limited demo application that requires payment for unlimited usage.]

Differences between free and paid ?

So what does the paid version do that the free version does not do ?
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The free version will work

The free version will work fine at generating this month's calendar. Future calendars are generated in picture format. Google import is limited to the first 15 days of the month in the free version.
Regards,
Sam

Useless tease-ware

Seems to me you cannot give it a proper evaluation if it is crippled too much.
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Lie-ware

Software that claims to be "free" yet contains massive limitations, is not freeware, but simply an ad for the real thing. I call it dishonest advertising and marketing, and would never spend my money on this. Call it a demo, and give up the lies. BTW, subtle ads like this are not generally looked highly upon on this site. I wonder if these posts could be deleted? They strike me too much as advertising....

-Jon

URL says NOT Found

Sounds like a good idea, but I cannot access with my firefox. Thanks.