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Daily calendar templates are available on the Internet as well. However, these are a bit more complicated than those that come with your Excel workbook and will require you to understand more about working with Excel in order to use them properly. If you are looking for a very simple way to keep track of your daily schedule, however, you should definitely look into using a calendar template for Excel.
The best way to get started is by selecting “Add a template” on the ribbon and entering in the time for your day, along with the date and day of week. Click OK and you will then need to choose the template type to go with the time of the day you have chosen.
You will then need to choose a data source for the calendar. A good choice of data source would be your Excel workbook as it is relatively easy to modify it so that it can store any data that you wish to use. The downside to this method is that you may not always know what day of the week is being displayed on the calendar so you will need to keep track of the date yourself.
Once you have selected a calendar template for Excel that you wish to use, you will need to insert the data that is contained in the template. To do this, right click on the calendar template and select Insert Data from the ribbon. You will find that Excel automatically places the data into a table for you. You will then need to drag and drop the data into a place that is easy for you to access in Excel. You will also need to modify the dates if necessary so that you can easily make changes to the data in your calendar.
Finally, you will need to edit the formatting of your day’s data so that you can easily read what you are seeing. You will need to go into the “Data” section of your workbook and click on Format Data on the ribbon. Choose the option to use the default settings and then save the changes.
These steps should help you create a daily calendar template in Excel that can be used for all kinds of projects. If you prefer to use Microsoft Word or another word processing program for your scheduling tasks, you can learn how to create a calendar template in Excel with these same steps.