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2011 Calendar Template for Word 2003

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Needing 2011 calendar template for Word 2003
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by:HealthEast
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Needing to find 2011 Calendar template for use by Word 2003
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by:pony10us
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Microsoft does not have a template for Word for 2011. It may be easier to open a 2010 template and modify it and then save it as a 2011 template.
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As pony10us: already mentioned, MS site doesn't have any calendar templates for 2003. The best way is go to
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/CL101850726.aspx
download template then save it as word 93-2007 template. I am attaching a sample template here
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by:MaduKp
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Sample template uploaded
January-2011.dot
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by:HealthEast
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Thank you
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