Sharing and Printing Your Actual Time Calendar
Your actual time calendar can be a convincing tool when you want to change your parenting schedule or motivate the other parent to follow the schedule. You might show the calendar to the other parent, a judge, a mediator, etc.
You have three options for sharing your calendar, explained below: export it, print it or save it as a PDF.
You can also save and print your actual time report, which breaks down parenting time using charts.
For all the options, your first step is to click the "actual time" tab in Custody X Change. (On a phone, you may need to hit the "more" option first.)
Exporting your calendar
Exporting your actual time calendar means you download its data to a file, which you can then upload to a spreadsheet tool like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets.
Click the "actual time report" button above your actual time calendar.
Scroll down to the bottom of your report and click "export actual exchange data."
Your device will begin downloading a CSV file. Follow instructions from your spreadsheet tool to upload it there.
When you make changes to your actual time calendar, you'll need to do a new export in order to see the changes reflected.
Printing your actual time calendar
Click the "print preview" button that appears above your actual time calendar. (On your phone, the button may be a gray box with a printer image.)
At the top of the preview you're taken to, select which months to print: the previous 12 months, previous 24 months or other dates.
If you want to print in black and white, uncheck the box titled "color."
Click "print" to send the document to your printer.
Saving your actual time calendar as a PDF
A PDF is ideal if you want to share a printable image of your calendar via email or another electronic method.
Follow the steps for printing above.
Instead of clicking "print," click "save as PDF." (On your phone, the button may appear as a green box with a document icon.) A download will begin automatically.