There's no question this is a money-saving option for DIY business types. ReadytoPrint Organizer prints weekly, monthly, or yearly calendars and daily to-do lists. It also saves addresses and other contact information for printing envelopes, labels, business cards, and even CD covers. Though it helps organize appointments, there's no reminder system to alert you of upcoming events. In the past we complained that this program's interface was a bit too hard to use, but this time around, we didn't have any problems. The main window has well-labeled icons for most major functions, which also can be accessed via menu items. Overall, this is a useful organizer for busy businesspeople.
What's new in version 5.109
Version 5.109 includes unspecified updates.
ReleaseJuly 10, 2015
Date AddedJuly 10, 2015
Operating SystemsWindows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP
Manage calendars, contacts, and tasks. Synchronize with Microsoft or Google calendar/contacts. Subscribe to internet calendars such as Facebook's birthdays, Yahoo, Google, or MS Live calendars. Access your data through any third-party cloud services such as DropBox, Google Drive, or Sky Drive; or share your data in home/office local area network. Use groups and subgroups for keeping records. Assign contacts to multiple groups or subgroups. Drag and drop contacts in to calendar or tasks to quickly add records. Sort records with any fields or combination of fields. Print labels, envelopes, address books, and calendars using over 100 templates. Add images and custom fonts. Print double-sided, multiple pages per sheet of paper, or print on perforated paper. Installer has the option to avoid system directories which may otherwise require administrator approval.