Purchase Microsoft Works Calendar
- The Microsoft Works Calendar is only sold as part of the Microsoft Works Suite. This includes a word processor, spreadsheet program, database and the calendar. Instead of individual applications, all applications are accessed from a single screen called the Task Launcher. Since Microsoft Works is a simplified, inexpensive option for those who don't need the full power of Microsoft Office, Works applications are only available purchased together.
Works Calendar Features
- You can store and combine up to 32 calendars into a single view option to keep track of various schedules and plans at once. With the Works Calendar, you can view dates in the calendar format or select a single date to view more notes about the events on a certain date.
- To use Microsoft Works, including the Microsoft Works Calendar, your system must meet certain minimum requirements. You must have a 1 GHz or faster processor to run the applications and have Windows XP or later installed. For best results, 1 GB or more of RAM is required, though 1.5 GB is recommended. Viewing documents and calendars, you should have a screen resolution of at least 1024 X 768.
Accessing Microsoft Works Calendar
- The Microsoft Works Calendar can be accessed in one of two ways. Open the Microsoft Works folder from the list of available programs in your Start menu. Select "Microsoft Works Calendar." You can also open the Microsoft Works Task Launcher from the Start menu and then select "Works Calendar" if it doesn't appear automatically.