A comprehensive solution for calendar printing
Since FisCalendar is an application that runs from within Excel, we can't really speak of an interface of its own but rather a layout. In that regard, FisCalendar has an intuitive and easy to follow structure. After all, what can you expect out of a calendar except for it to be neat, uncluttered, and easy to read.
Two display formats
FisCalendar doesn’t excel in features and customization possibilities. You can’t change fonts, colors or anything that has to do with aspect, other than switching between vertical and horizontal display formats.
You can, however, choose the fiscal year end, the date format and select which statutory holidays to display on the calendar. Apart from the large number that is offered by the application, FisCalendar also allows you to add a number of additional holidays that are specific to your country, religion or firm.
Since not all holidays fall on optimum days, the application enables you to choose between Friday or Monday as optional days for when a statutory holiday is celebrated on a Saturday.
Create a fiscal year calendar in two steps
All-in-all, FisCalendar is not going to be the backbone of your office software suite because it’s not something you use that often or extensively, but on the other hand, it’s a nicely designed tool that does its job very well.
Reviewed by Alexandru Chirila, last updated on May 27th, 2014
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- Added eight user-settable holidays.
- Removed four seldom-used holidays.
Application descriptionFisCalendar is a Microsoft Excel application for configuring printable calendars for any fiscal year, with automatic d...