Repeatedly entering dates or times into documents can be a tedious task, not to mention one that is prone to errors. Calendar is a simple application that can copy the date and time to your clipboard, making it easy to quickly and accurately enter it anywhere you want.
The program's interface is basic and fairly intuitive; it displays a small calendar with a few menus above it and two buttons--one showing the date that's been selected on the calendar, the other showing the current time--below. To copy the date or time, simply click the appropriate button, and the information will be automatically copied to the clipboard. That's really the extent of what the application does, although it does have a few options for customization. Users can choose to have Calendar close immediately once the date or time has been copied, or the program can be automatically minimized to the system tray. Users can also have the program display a single month on the calendar or an entire year. The program can also optionally display the week number beside each week. Calendar comes with a built-in help file, but unfortunately, we weren't able to get any of its contents to load. This wasn't a huge drawback, though, as the program is pretty easy to figure out. Overall, Calendar doesn't do a whole lot, but it could be a real time-saver for people who work a lot with dates and times.
Calendar comes as a ZIP file and is accessible after extraction with no need to install. We recommend this program to all users.