Bob's Web Calendar Program

This is the home page for Bob's Web Calendar Generation Program
Current release number is Released October 24, 2011.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.

Main Window Screen Shot

Bob's Web Calendar Program is designed to generate static web pages that look like monthly calendars. The generated files can be uploaded to a web site. You can put text or images or other web content in each date. You can also put content above and below each calendar. It is designed to be simple to use and provide the basic functionality needed by clubs and other organizations.


There are several ways to download Bob's Calendar program.

    There are two files in the zip. One is the WebCalendar.exe program and the other is the WebCalendarHelp.chm help file. Extract them both to the same folder and you are good to go. You may want to put a shortcut on your desktop to the WebCalendar.exe program or maybe you can just put them on your desktop.
  2. WebCalendarBin.exe
    This is a self extracting zip file with the same contents as the .zip file. If you do not have Winzip installed, you can use this option. Run the exe file and it will expand into the two files mentioned above.
  3. One Click Install Page
    If you are running Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows 2000, the install page gives you a button to install using Microsoft's One Click technology. With this installation process you get an entry in the Start menu and the program can be controlled with the Start->>Control Panel->Programs and Features menu. This is the method recommended by Microsoft.
    Note:On XP, you may get a page of XML when you press the Install button. There will also be a yellow bar at the top of the page with a message about restricted content. Right click this bar and select "Show Restricted Content" to continue the installation.


The documentation was put together with Microsoft's HTML Help Workshop. As a result, deep under the covers, the help pages are web pages and thus can be published here so you can look it over before downloading.

Look at the Documentation
Sample Output - Note: Normal link into any calendar is current.html which refers to the current month at the time of publish. Note that in addition to current.html, index.html is also created.
Sample Live Output (Arizona Skate Champs)

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