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2022 Calendars for Excel

   File format: Excel (.xlsx)       Change to: Word (.docx) · PDF   

View large imageDownload Download Excel template for 2022 calendar template 10: two half-year blocks on one page,<br>in color
Template 10:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, two half-year blocks,
multi-colored

Template 10:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, two half-year blocks, multi-colored

  • two half-year blocks on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • each month in a different color ("rainbow calendar") to reflect the changing seasons
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Download Excel template for 2022 calendar template 11: two half-year blocks on one page
Template 11:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, two half-year blocks

Template 11:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, two half-year blocks

  • two half-year blocks on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 12: 2022 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 1 page
Template 12:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page

Template 12:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 1 page

  • yearly calendar for 2022 on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 13: 2022 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 1 page, days aligned
Template 13:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, days aligned

Template 13:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, days aligned

  • yearly calendar for 2022 on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • days aligned horizontally (days of the week in the same row) for easy week overview
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 14: 2022 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 2 pages, half a year per page
Template 14:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 2 pages,
half a year per page

Template 14:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 2 pages

  • yearly calendar for 2022 on 2 pages, portrait orientation
  • 6 months / half a year per page
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 15: 2022 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 4 pages, one calendar quarter per page
Template 15:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 4 pages,
one calendar quarter per page

Template 15:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 4 pages

  • yearly calendar for 2022 on 4 pages, portrait orientation
  • quarterly calendar - 3 months / one calendar quarter per page
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Download Excel template for 2022 calendar template 16: portrait orientation, 1 page, with US federal holidays and week numbers, days in continuous (rolling) layout
Template 16:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, continuous (rolling) layout

Template 16:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, continuous (rolling) layout

  • full year 2022 on one page, portrait orientation
  • 1 column per weekday - good for planning repeating events
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 17: 2022 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 1 page, year at a glance, multi-colored
Template 17:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance,
multi-colored

Template 17:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance, multi-colored

  • yearly calendar for 2022 on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • each month in a different color ("rainbow calendar") to reflect the changing seasons
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 18: 2022 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 1 page, year at a glance
Template 18:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance

Template 18:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance

  • yearly calendar for 2022 on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Download Excel template for 2022 calendar template 19: portrait orientation, 1 page, with US federal holidays, observances, events, festivals and celebrations
Template 19:
2022 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance,
with holidays, observances
and celebrations

Template 19:
Calendar 2022 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, with federal holidays, observances, festivals and celebrations

  • yearly calendar for 2022 on one page, portrait orientation
  • US edition with federal holidays, observances, festivals and celebrations
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2021  ·  2022  ·  2023  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)


Sours: https://www.calendarpedia.com/2022-calendar-excel-templates.html

This calendar template is based on our original monthly calendar for Excel. This version includes common U.S. holidays and observances that show up in the calendar automatically when you select a year and start month. You can also enter your own set of birthdays and anniversaries to create a perpetual calendar that you can use year after year.

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This template was designed to replace the Perpetual Calendar template. Unlike the perpetual calendar, which allows only up 2 events per day to be displayed in the monthly calendars, this template allows up to 6 per day. The technique used to list events is the same as that used in our new Personal Planner template.

Monthly Calendar with Holidays

for Excel

Printable Calendar with Holidays
⤓ Download

For: Excel 2007 or later & Excel for iPad

Also compatible with OpenOffice Calc 4.0+

License: Private Use (not for distribution or resale)

"No installation, no macros - just a simple spreadsheet" - by Jon Wittwer

Manually Editing the Calendar

All of the cells in the calendar contain formulas, however, you can still manually edit the calendar to list events, highlight cells, merge cells across multiple days, etc. When you manually enter text, you will be overwriting the formulas within the calendar, but that is okay. However, after you manually edit the calendars, you shouldn't change the year or start month.

Save a backup copy of the template prior to customizing the calendar so that can start again the following year with all the formulas intact.

Using the Holidays and Events Worksheet

You can enter descriptions and dates the simple way by just typing them into the list in the Events worksheet. Or, you can use formulas similar to those used for the holidays so that your list of birthday and anniversaries will automatically update when you change the year.

Follow the instructions at the top of the Events worksheet when adding your own events.

Note: Some of the formulas used for holidays and observances in this spreadsheet (such as Chinese New Year) are based on a list of known future dates, up through 2030. You could try to update these formulas yourself, or return here in the future when I update the template.

Update 12/29/2015: I've updated the spreadsheet to be compatible with OpenOffice Calc and Excel 2007.

Update 1/6/2017: I added a few UK holidays (bank holidays and Easter Monday). Remember, you can delete the holidays from the list that you don't want to see listed in the calendar.

Monthly Calendar with Moon Phases

(Updated 6/28/2017)

Monthly Calendar with Moon Phases
⤓ Download

For: Excel 2007 or later

License: Private Use
(not for distribution or resale)

Description

This new version includes the four major Moon phases along with the times that they occur (for 2017-2030). See the "Moon" worksheet in the file for details and references.


Monthly Calendar with Large Print

(Updated 12/27/2017)

Large Print Monthly Calendar with Holidays

Description

This version was designed for people with some visual impairment. The fonts are all larger, especially the days of the month. It still allows you to list up to two holidays or events per day.

⤓ Download

For: Excel 2010 or later

License: Private Use (not for distribution or resale)

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2021 Calendars for Excel

   File format: Excel (.xlsx)       Change to: Word (.docx) · PDF   

View large imageDownload Download Excel template for 2021 calendar template 10: two half-year blocks on one page,<br>in color
Template 10:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, two half-year blocks,
multi-colored

Template 10:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, two half-year blocks, multi-colored

  • two half-year blocks on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • each month in a different color ("rainbow calendar") to reflect the changing seasons
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Download Excel template for 2021 calendar template 11: two half-year blocks on one page
Template 11:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, two half-year blocks

Template 11:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, two half-year blocks

  • two half-year blocks on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 12: 2021 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 1 page
Template 12:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page

Template 12:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 1 page

  • yearly calendar for 2021 on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 13: 2021 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 1 page, days aligned
Template 13:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, days aligned

Template 13:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, days aligned

  • yearly calendar for 2021 on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • days aligned horizontally (days of the week in the same row) for easy week overview
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 14: 2021 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 2 pages, half a year per page
Template 14:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 2 pages,
half a year per page

Template 14:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 2 pages

  • yearly calendar for 2021 on 2 pages, portrait orientation
  • 6 months / half a year per page
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 15: 2021 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 4 pages, one calendar quarter per page
Template 15:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 4 pages,
one calendar quarter per page

Template 15:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 4 pages

  • yearly calendar for 2021 on 4 pages, portrait orientation
  • quarterly calendar - 3 months / one calendar quarter per page
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Download Excel template for 2021 calendar template 16: portrait orientation, 1 page, with US federal holidays and week numbers, days in continuous (rolling) layout
Template 16:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, continuous (rolling) layout

Template 16:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, continuous (rolling) layout

  • full year 2021 on one page, portrait orientation
  • 1 column per weekday - good for planning repeating events
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 17: 2021 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 1 page, year at a glance, multi-colored
Template 17:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance,
multi-colored

Template 17:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance, multi-colored

  • yearly calendar for 2021 on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • each month in a different color ("rainbow calendar") to reflect the changing seasons
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Template 18: 2021 Calendar for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file), portrait, 1 page, year at a glance
Template 18:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance

Template 18:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance

  • yearly calendar for 2021 on 1 page, portrait orientation
  • US edition with federal holidays and observances
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)
View large imageDownload Download Excel template for 2021 calendar template 19: portrait orientation, 1 page, with US federal holidays, observances, events, festivals and celebrations
Template 19:
2021 Calendar
for Microsoft Excel (.xlsx file),
portrait, 1 page, year at a glance,
with holidays, observances
and celebrations

Template 19:
Calendar 2021 for Excel
portrait, 1 page, with federal holidays, observances, festivals and celebrations

  • yearly calendar for 2021 on one page, portrait orientation
  • US edition with federal holidays, observances, festivals and celebrations
  • free to download, editable, customizable, easily printable
  • for Microsoft Excel from version 2007 (.xlsx file)


See also:
  • other years:  2020  ·  2021  ·  2022  ·  more
  • other calendars:  hourly  ·  daily  ·  weekly  ·  monthly  ·  quarterly
  • yearly planners (undated)


Sours: https://www.calendarpedia.com/2021-calendar-excel-templates.html
How to indicate stat holidays on your work schedule in Excel

Holidays

This example teaches you how to get the date of a holiday for any year (2021, 2022, etc). If you are in a hurry, simply download the Excel file.

Before you start: the CHOOSE function returns a value from a list of values, based on a position number. For example, =CHOOSE(3,"Car","Train","Boat","Plane") returns Boat. The WEEKDAY function returns a number from 1 (Sunday) to 7 (Saturday) representing the day of the week of a date.

1. This is what the spreadsheet looks like. If you enter a year into cell C2, Excel returns all the holidays for that year. Of course, New Year's Day, Independence Day, Veteran's Day and Christmas Day are easy.

Holidays in Excel

2. All other holidays can be described in a similar way: the xth day in a month (except Memorial day which is slightly different). Let's take a look at Thanksgiving Day. If you understand Thanksgiving Day, you understand all holidays. Thanksgiving is celebrated the 4th Thursday in November.

Thanksgiving Day 2025

The calendar below helps you understand Thanksgiving Day 2025.

Calendar November 2025

Explanation: DATE(C2,11,1) reduces to 11/1/2025. WEEKDAY(DATE(C2,11,1)) reduces to 7 (Saturday). Now the formula reduces to 11/1/2025 + 21 + CHOOSE(7,4,3,2,1,0,6,5) = 11/1/2025 + 21 + 5 = 11/27/2025. We needed the 5 extra days because it takes 5 days until the first Thursday in November. From there, it takes another 21 days (3 weeks) until the 4rd Thursday in November. It doesn't matter on which day November 1 falls, the CHOOSE function correctly adds the number of days until the first Thursday in November (notice the pattern in the list of values). From there, it always takes another 21 days until the 4rd Thursday in November. Therefore, this formula works for every year.

3. Let's take a look at Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This formula is almost the same. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated the 3rd Monday in January. The first DATE function reduces to the first of January this time. The base position (0) in the list of values for the CHOOSE function is located at the second spot now (we are looking for a Monday)

Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2025

The calendar below helps you understand Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2025.

Calendar January 2025

Explanation: DATE(C2,1,1) reduces to 1/1/2025. WEEKDAY(DATE(C2,1,1)) reduces to 4 (Wednesday). Now the formula reduces to 1/1/2025 + 14 + CHOOSE(4,1,0,6,5,4,3,2) = 1/1/2025 + 14 + 5 = 1/20/2025. We needed the 5 extra days because it takes 5 days until the first Monday in January.

Sours: https://www.excel-easy.com/examples/holidays.html

Calendar excel holiday

Excel Holiday Calendar Template 2021 and Beyond (FREE Download)

The last few weeks have been really hectic for me at work. Weekdays are crazy and the weekends are never enough.

Early this week, I was going through our annual holiday calendar to check for the next holiday, and plan a vacation if possible.

And that gave me the idea for this Excel holiday calendar template.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to calculate the date of a given holiday (such as Labor Day).

And you can also get an awesome Excel holiday list template (free download) at the end of this blog.

Click here to download the template

Formula to Calculate Holidays in Excel (Labor Day)

Here is the formula to get the date for Labor Day in 2021 (which is the 1st Monday in September)

=DATE(2021,9,1)+IF(WEEKDAY(DATE(2021,9,1),2)>1,7-WEEKDAY(DATE(2021,9,1),2)+1,1-WEEKDAY(DATE(2021,9,1),2))

It returns the date as 07 September 2021, which is the date of labor day in 2021.

This formula can easily be tweaked to get the date of holidays that fall on a given weekday of the month (such as President’s Day or Memorial Day).

How the Formula Works

Since we know that Labor day is the 1st Monday of September, we start with the first of September 2021.

The following formula would give us the serial number of September 1, 2021:

=DATE(2021,9,1)

Now we need to check whether the first day of September is a Monday or not. We do this using the following condition in the IF function:

WEEKDAY(DATE(2021,9,1),2)>1

WEEKDAY function gives a number based on what day of the week it is. Since I have used 2 as the second argument, it would return 1 for Monday, 2 for Tuesday, 3 for Wednesday, and so on.

If 1st day of September is not a Monday, the above IF condition would be TRUE and it would return the value given by the following part of the formula:

7-WEEKDAY(DATE(2021,9,1),2)+1

The above part simply subtracts the weekday number from 7 and adds 1, hence giving us the value that we should add to September 1, 2021, to get the first Monday.

And in case September 1, 2021, is a Monday, the following formula makes sure that the result of IF function is 0:

1-WEEKDAY(DATE(2021,9,1)

Below is an infographic that shows the same explanation (created using 2014 instead of 2021).

Holiday Calendar - Date calculation in Excel

On similar lines, if you need to calculate other holidays. For example, the Presidents’ Day, which is held on the third Monday in February, can be calculated using the below formula:

=DATE(B2,2,1)+IF(WEEKDAY(DATE(B2,2,1),2)>1,7-WEEKDAY(DATE(B2,2,1),2)+1,1-WEEKDAY(DATE(B2,2,1),2))+((3-1)*7)

In the above formula, B2 refers to the year value.

Note: Easter is one holiday that is difficult to calculate. I Googled and found a formula that seems to be working. However, I have no idea how it works 🙂

BONUS EXCEL HOLIDAY CALENDAR TEMPLATE

Here is a FREE Excel Holiday Calendar template that gives you:

  • The list of holidays (in the selected year).
  • The number of days to go for the next holiday (number in the blue box). This works only for the current year.
  • The number of days to go for the next long weekend (number in the gray box). This works only for the current year.

All you need to do is select the year from the drop-down and it will automatically show you the list of holidays in the selected year.

Excel Holiday Calendar 2020

 

I have created this for the holidays in the US, as it occurs on fixed dates or days in a month.

In India (where I live), many holidays depend on the position of the moon (and many other factors), and hence it’s difficult to come up with such a holiday template.

Download Excel Holiday Calendar Template
Download File

Excel Functions used to create this holiday calendar template: –> WEEKDAY | DATE | IF.

If you’re interested in learning how this holiday calendar template is created, you can unhide columns H-J in the template sheet and see the formulas. You can also unhide Sheet1 where I have kept data used for the year drop-down.

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Free Excel Leave Tracker Template (Updated for 2021)

One of my teammates has the responsibility of creating a leave tracker template in Excel for the entire team. This tracker template is then used to track vacations/holidays and planned leaves of the team members.

Till now, she used a simple Gantt chart in Excel but wanted something better with more functionalities.

So, I created this Excel Leave Tracker Template to make leaves management easy and track monthly and annual leaves by her team members.

You can also use this as a vacation tracker template or student attendance tracker if you want.

Excel Leave Tracker Template

This Excel Leave Tracker template can be used to record and monitor employee leaves for a year (of a financial year where you can choose the starting month of the year).

You can track 10 different leave codes for an employee  – vacation leaves, sick leaves, maternity/paternity leaves, casual leave tracking, leave in lieu of overtime, and half days, etc.

It also provides a monthly and yearly total of different types of leaves that can be helpful in project planning and leave management.

It uses a bit of conditional formatting, a few DATE functions, array formulas, and a simple VBA code.

Download the Excel Leave Tracker Template (tracking for 20 employees/people)Download File

Looking for the Google Sheets version of this Leave Tracker Template? Click here!

How this Excel Leave Tracker Template Works?

  • Use the triangle icons next to the month name to move to the next/previous month (the template updates itself to show the dates for the selected month). There is a short VBA code that runs in the background whenever you change the month. It shows you the selected month only and hides all the other months.Excel Leave Tracker Template 2020 - select first month of the financial year
  • This Excel template can be used to track leaves for over a year. You can select a start month and can track leaves for a year. For example, if you follow the April-March cycle, select April 2021 as the starting month.
    • Note: The value in cell A1 is to change the time period of the leave tracker ONLY. DO NOT use Cell A1 to move to the next month while recording leaves. Use the triangle icons next to the month names to go to the next/previous month and mark leaves.Excel Leave Tracker 2020 - Change the months using the arrows
  • You can specify the working days and non-working days (Weekends). At the right of the leave tracker, there is functionality to specify the working days by selecting Yes from the drop-down. If you select No, that day is marked as a non-working day in the leave tracker.
    • As soon as you specify the non-working days, those weekdays get highlighted in gray color in the leave tracker.

Excel Leave Tracker Template - Select Working Days and Weekends

  • You can update the holiday list in the worksheet named “Holiday List”. It will automatically be reflected in the tracker by highlighting those days in Orange color.
  • To enter the leave record for employees, use the relevant codes based on the leave type (you can customize these leave codes). For example, in the case of sick leave, use S, in the case of Vacation, use V, as so on.Excel Attendance Tracker Template 2020 - Holiday List
    • There are two codes reserved for half-day leaves. you can enter H1 or H2 for a half-day leave.Leave Codes You can use in the Leave tracker template in Excel Vacation Tracker Attendance
  • As soon as you enter the leave code for any employee, it gets highlighted in red (in the case of half-day, it gets highlighted in yellow). If that day is a weekend or holiday, the color would not change.
    • Column NJ (highlighted in green in the pic below) has the number of leaves of that employee in that month. It counts the leaves on working days only (those on weekends and/or holidays are not counted). Half-day leaves are counted as 0.5.
    • UPDATED: Column NK (highlighted in light red in the pic below) has the number of annual leaves taken by an employee. It counts the leaves on working days only (those on weekends and/or holidays are not counted). Half-day leaves are counted as 0.5.Leave planner in Excel - Free Template - number of Leaves Month Year
    • Columns NL to NU gives the leave break-up by leave code (for the entire year). This could be helpful to keep a track of the type of leave that has been availed. Note that while Half Leaves are counted as .5 leaves in the total count, in the leave break-up, it is counted as whole numbers. For example, 2 half leaves would lead to 1 leave count, but you’ll see two half leaves in the leave breakup.Leave Tracker Template in Excel - Leave Breakup by Type

I have created this leave/attendance tracker template for 20 employees. If you want to add more, just copy-paste the formatting and formulas for additional rows.

Also, since there is a VBA code involved, make sure you always save it with .xls or .xlsm extension.

Download the Leave Tracker TemplateDownload File

Note: To update this template for any year, simply change the year value in cell A2. For example, to make it for 2017, just change the value in A2 to 2017. Also, you need to update the holiday list for the specified year.

The download file is completely unlocked so you can customize it to your needs.

Here is another version of the template that can track leaves for 50 employees.

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FAQs on using this Leave Tracker Template

Since I created this vacation/leave tracker, I have been inundated with emails and comments. What you see now is a refined version that has been possible due to all the feedback that I have got.

Based on the questions I get repeatedly, I have created this FAQ section so that you can get an answer faster (instead of waiting for me to respond).

Here are the most common questions I get about the Leave tracker template: Q: I tried downloading the file but it downloaded as a zip. How do I use it? A: I have fixed this issue, and now you should be able to download the Excel file directly. Q: When I change the month, the exiting leaves are reflected in the changed month as well. A: This happens when you use cell A1 to change the month. You need to use the arrow icons to change months. Cell A1 is to be used only to set the starting month of the calendar. For example, if you want the calendar to start from April, make cell A1 value 4. Now to move to March, use the triangle icons. Q: I need to track multiple years of leaves. Do I need to create a new worksheet for each year (financial year)? A: Yes! This leave tracker can only track leaves for a 12 month period. You need to create a copy for each year. Q: Can I use my own leave codes? A: Yes! You can change the leave code in cells NX8:NX17. You also need to specify the same code in cells NL5:NU5. For example, if you change the Work from Home leave code to X, you also need to change it in NR5.

I hope you find this leave/vacation tracker helpful.

Are there any other areas where you think an Excel template could be helpful? I am hungry for ideas and you are my gold mine. Do share your thoughts in the comments section 🙂

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As much as we go on about the huge benefits of using an automated staff holiday planner, we also understand that for businesses with only a handful of employees, spending money on a holiday system is just not feasible.

Not every business has the capital to invest in a system like this, but every business needs to track employee absences from paid time off to sick days. For these businesses, a simple Excel holiday calendar is perfect.

This is the exact reason we have created a completely free staff holiday planner, that you can download and use for the whole of 2021.

Free Excel holiday planner download

 

Not only are we giving you this completely free tool, to help you get the most out of it, but we have also provided a quick overview of how it works, along with a few answers to some questions you may have about the spreadsheet.

How to use our Excel holiday planner template

We have made the spreadsheet as easy as possible to use, meaning there are only a few tasks you need to do to get up and running and a very simple guide on how to use it. Meaning you can start tracking employee absences in a matter of minutes.

1. Setting up your spreadsheet

To begin with, you will need to add details of the different teams in your business, who is the manager of these teams, and then add all the employees who are in these teams.

In each tab, there are 3 team areas that you can include a total of 10 employees in. Your first task is to add the team names at the top of these boxes and the manager’s name.

Team and manager area in excel

 

Once you have done that, now add all the employees who sit in that team to each of the boxes. Simply delete where it says, ‘Employee 1’ and add the employee’s name. Remember to add the manager as well, they need to take a vacation too.

Employee area in staff holiday planner spreadsheet

 

Do this on every tab including the final, ‘Year Total’ tab. Make sure that all employees that have been added, are in the same order on every sheet and the final tab.

2. Using the spreadsheet

We have made it extremely easy to use our spreadsheet, with only 8 absence types to pick from. These are:

• Paid Annual Leave & Bank Holiday
• Morning Leave
• Afternoon Leave
• Sickness Leave
• Maternity & Paternity
• Compassionate Leave
• Time off In Lieu
• Work from Home

To add one of these absences to an employee just type the code, that is next to the absence type, into the cell next to the employee. For example, if Employee 5 was off sick on January 20th, in cell V9 you would add S.

Absence types area in staff holiday planner spreadsheet

 

This along with all other absences will be pulled through and displayed on the ‘Year Total’ tab.

Year totals tab in staff holiday planner spreadsheet

 

And that’s it. No, really you don’t need to do anything else. Just keep adding the different absences for each employee every month to keep track of all your employee absences in 2020.

FAQs on using the excel holiday calendar

In anticipation of any questions about the spreadsheet, we have created a couple below and answered them. If you have any more questions about the spreadsheet, please email us at [email protected]

Q. Why can’t I add a new employee?
A. If you are looking to manage more than 30 employees, you really need to use an online system. Excel holiday planners are very basic and include lots of manual processes, leading to lots of errors. If you want to manage more than 30 employees why not book a demo of our system and see how we can help you.

Q. Why do I keep seeing this error message? “The cell or chart you’re trying to change is on a protected sheet. To make a change, unprotect the sheet. You might be requested to enter a password”
A. To help minimise human error we have locked some of the cells. This is to ensure that you don’t accidentally change something and mess the formulas up.

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Sabrina Munns

Sabrina is Head of People & Culture at Edays. Sabrina’s expertise is within the end to end people experience with a focus on Talent Acquisition, Learning and Development, and Talent Management.

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