The Calendar LaTeX commands produce a buffer of LaTeX code that prints as a calendar. Depending on the command you use, the printed calendar covers the day, week, month or year that point is in.
Generate a one-month calendar (
Generate a sideways-printing one-month calendar
Generate a one-day calendar
Generate a one-page calendar for one week
Generate a two-page calendar for one week
Generate an ISO-style calendar for one week
Generate a calendar for one Monday-starting week
Generate a Filofax-style two-weeks-at-a-glance calendar
Generate a Filofax-style one-week-at-a-glance calendar
Generate a calendar for one year
Generate a sideways-printing calendar for one year
Generate a Filofax-style calendar for one year
Some of these commands print the calendar sideways (in “landscape mode”), so it can be wider than it is long. Some of them use Filofax paper size (3.75in x 6.75in). All of these commands accept a prefix argument which specifies how many days, weeks, months or years to print (starting always with the selected one).
If the variable
cal-tex-holidays is non-
default), then the printed calendars show the holidays in
calendar-holidays. If the variable
nil (the default is
nil), diary entries are included
also (in weekly and monthly calendars only).