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What is best non-cloud calendar software?


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I really need a new calendar program, but iCal can't do what I need. I do NOT want a cloud-based calendar program, preferring everything resident on my iMac. I absolutely have to be able to print out a monthly calendar on TWO PAGES (half of each week on the left side; the other half on the right with the week lined up) so I can manually enter data as needed. I need to be able to schedule appointments weekly, bi-weekly, once a month, etc. for a period of time. Some reminders are 3 to 5 years in the future.

I think Calendarscope might work on my Windows desktop (running XP Pro via Parallels 6 on a separate monitor), but would prefer the calendar to be on my Mac desktop running OS X.6.8.

I would greatly appreciate any advice from other Mac users. Remember: no cloud computing; I'd like to have the future capability of syncing to a smartphone (don't have one now); and, I HAVE to be able to print to an inkjet each month on two, facing pages.
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I don't know if it meets your needs (I'll let you determine that) but you could give Thunderbird with the Lightning add-on a try.

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