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A number of TreePad editions come with very flexible and powerful built-in eternal agendas/calendars as is demonstrated on this page. For the other TreePad editions we have included TPCal, a freeware calendar creator, the freeware BOL calendar templates and the Freeware calendar 2012-2020.

Page Contents

TreePad's built-in agendas/calendars
TPCal: freeware calendar creator
Bol-calendar templates, freeware
Freeware calendar 2012-2020  New!
Tree-based agendas and calendars
Article-based agendas and calendars
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TreePad's built-in agendas/calendars

TreePad's built-in agenda/calendar functionality never runs out! You can even generate agendas and calendars for dates as far away as 2020, 2109, 2264, etc.
The following TreePad editions come with built-in methods for generating agendas, calendars and todo-lists.
Using these TreePad editions you can generate tree-based agendas and calendars, as well as article-based agendas, calendars and to-do lists. Furthermore, agendas and calendars can be grouped by days, weeks or months as demonstrated on this page.
To create a tree-based agenda/calendar (inside one of these TreePad editions) just click: "Menu: Tree/Insert/Agenda or Calendar".
To create an article-based agenda/calendar you can click: "Menu: Insert/Agenda Calendar or Todo list".

 
 

Bol calendar

The freeware Bol calendars/agendas are suitable for any TreePad edition including TreePad Lite (freeware).

Calendars with the Zodiac of the Month, Phases of the Moon, ASCII-Art and Krishnamurti's Daily Thoughts for each day of the year. For download (906 Kb), just right-click on the links and 'save as':

2013 download: BOLcal2013.hjt
2012 download: BOLcal2012.hjt
2011 download: BOLcal2011.hjt
...and now in Spanish too! ...y ahora, tambien en castellano!
2013 descargar: esBOLcal2013.hjt
2012 descargar: esBOLcal2012.hjt
2011 descargar: esBOLcal2011.hjt

To use any of the freeware calendars listed below (inside TreePad, when you have a database open) just click: "Menu: File/Import/Into tree"

and select the .hjt file of the calendar.

You can also build your own BOL-calendar using this freeware utility.

Created by: Alberto Adrián Schiano
License: freeware

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Freeware calendar 2012-2020

A simple Treepad Lite calendar file for recording appointments, events and so on. Each year (2012 - 2020) has its own article/node.

If you use TreePad Lite, you can directly open the calendar .hjt file, or import it into an existing database.

If you use a higher TreePad edition, just import the calendar .hjt file into an existing database.

Created by: Chris Lawrence
Download (2.2 Kb):

 
 

TPCal

A freeware program to create calendars. It is compatible with any TreePad edition, including TreePad Lite (freeware). TPCAL automatically creates treepad files containing calendar data for a whole year. The created tree-structure resembles this chart:
      [Year]
        +-----[Month1]
        |       +-----[Day1]
        |       +-----[Day2]
        |       +-----...
        |       +-----[DayN]
        |
        +-----[Month2]
        |       +-----[Day1]
        |       +-----[Day2]
        |       +-----...
        |       +-----[DayN]
        |
        +-----...
        |
        +-----[Month12]
                +-----[Day1]
                +-----[Day2]
                +-----...
                +-----[DayN]
     
Each entry between square brackets in this diagram represents a TreePad node. Usage: calendar, diary, daily reporting, etc.
The program can generate calendar files in many languages, it currently supports English, French, Spanish, German. You can easily add your own language to this list by creating a separate configuration file for this language; documentation on how to do this is included in the download package.
Created by: César Aguilar.
Download: tpcal.zip (33 Kb).

 
 

Tree-based agendas and calendars

To generate a subtree which contains an agenda (or calendar), click "Menu/Tree/Insert/Agenda or Calendar".
(1) You can insert the entire year as months (or an arbitrary number of months) into the tree: each month in the agenda/calendar will have its own article, as shown in the example below (screenshot):
Each cell represents a day. A cell does not have a fixed size, since it expands 'on demand' as you type.
(2) In addition to this, you can have TreePad generate a separate agenda for each day inside the month. Each day will have its own node containing an agenda, and the month article will have a calendar for that month as shown below:
A row does not have a fixed height, since it expands automatically while you type. It can represent 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 or 120 minutes, depending on the parameters you specify. In the example above, one row represents 30 minutes and a day starts at 8.00.

       

(3) When you have TreePad insert the entire year as weeks (or an arbitrary number of weeks) into the tree, each week has its own article:

(4) You can also generate a separate agenda for each day inside the week (optional):
For a more detailed explanation, please see:
the online manual for TreePad Business Edition.
the online manual for TreePad X Enterprise
 

 

Article-based agendas, calendars and to-do lists

To insert an agenda, calendar or todo-list into TreePad's article (the right pane, containing the Word processor), just click: "Menu/insert/Agenda, calendar or todo-list".

You can insert a day-agenda, a week-agenda, a month-calendar, a year calendar or a to-do list into TreePad's article.

All agendas/calendars are fully customizable by changing the options for 'start date', 'first hour', 'last hour', 'resolution' (the number of minutes or hours each row represents), duration of a day, number of days in week, start day of week, etc.

The above screenshot is an example of a week-agenda as inserted into TreePad's article. A row does not have a fixed height, since it expands 'on demand' while you type. A row represents 30 minutes, 1, 2, 4 or 8 hours depending on the parameters you specify. In the example above, one row represents two hours and a day starts at 8.00 and ends at 20.00.

       

Directly above you can see an example of a year-calendar as inserted into the article. Each cell represents a day. A cell does not have a fixed size, since it expands 'on demand' as you type.

 

The image above is an example of a day-agenda as inserted into the article. A row does not have a fixed height, since it expands automatically while you type. A row represents 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 or 120 minutes, depending on the parameters you specify. In the example above, one row represents 30 minutes and a day starts at 8.00.

 
For a more detailed explanation, please see:
the online manual for TreePad Business Edition.
the online manual for TreePad X Enterprise
 
 
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