Thursday, August 16, 2018 (Week 33)

2018 Calendar

2018 Calendar Templates

• Download Printable Yearly 2018 Calendar and Monthly 2018 Calendar with federal holidays and week number as MS Word, PDF (Adobe Reader PDF) and JPG (Image format) in US letter paper format.

• Printable Yearly Calendar 2018 with 12 month calendar 2018 on one page, including federal holidays and week number.

• Printable Monthly Calendar 2018 with 12 month calendar 2018 on 12 pages (one month per page), including federal holidays and week number (Week starts on Sunday or Monday).

• You can use these templates as a scheduler, desktop calendar, holiday calendar, wall calendar, etc…

• All calendar templates are downloadable, editable and free for personal non-commercial use. Preview and Download all calendar templates to print at home or at work.

► Next year calendar: Printable Calendar 2019

Yearly Calendar 2018

Monthly Calendar 2018

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    9 Comments
  • sakshi
    05-29-2018 at 04:47 UTC

    please send me some pages of calander written in hindi of 2018

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      • BOYSEN
        03-08-2018 at 07:43 UTC

        i love it

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          • Linda Dreyer
            02-21-2018 at 21:28 UTC

            we love your 2018 yearly calendar with the space at right to make comments.. when do you think you will have a 2019 one available?

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              • WikiDates
                08-06-2018 at 13:02 UTC

                @Alison Shourds and Karen J Rosand
                You can download this template here: https://www.calendar-template.com/2019/months-in-columns

              • Alison Shourds
                06-18-2018 at 13:23 UTC

                I do not see the calendar requested for 2019. 1 page January through June on the left, July through December on the right, with two editable columns in the center. Help!

                Please advise when available.

              • Karen J Rosand
                05-10-2018 at 15:07 UTC

                Hi, I am also looking for a writable 2019 calendar that we've downloaded from Wikidates in the past. January through June on the left, July through December on the right, with two editable columns in the center. Help!

              • WikiDates
                04-13-2018 at 13:10 UTC

                Hi, 2019 calendar available here: Blank Calendar 2019

            • Ali
              02-19-2018 at 22:44 UTC

              When Monthly Calendar 2019 will be available?
              Thanks

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              • Hilary
                02-05-2018 at 17:24 UTC

                Fantastic calendars...I love the variety and options for different organizational purposes. Thank you so much!

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                  • KAMRUL
                    01-31-2018 at 05:00 UTC

                    oh very nice

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                      • Mark Critchley
                        01-22-2018 at 19:37 UTC

                        Hi
                        Using your fab calendar this year for my holiday rental. Do you have 2019 as I already have requests.
                        Thank you

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                        • julia
                          01-03-2018 at 17:47 UTC

                          Hello.
                          I'm writing just to say that I preferred the monthly calendars without the holidays. They take a lot of space.

                          Thank you for reading.

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                            • Stephen Booth
                              11-21-2017 at 12:43 UTC

                              We are a voluntary organisation. Can we use your calendar blanks free of charge? We're planning to print our own annual calendar of events using your blank.

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                                • WikiDates.org
                                  11-21-2017 at 13:18 UTC

                                  Yes, you can!