2009 Weekly Calendar 2-up English

Here it is in English for 2009

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
Usage advice: 

For Circa and other planners

Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Open Office
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Favorite calendar

This is my favorite calendar. I was excited to see the 2009 English version. Thank you! Is there a way you could provide a PDF?

First week

I believe the first week on the calendar has the wrong end date--Jan 3, instead of Jan 4. This is just the heading up above, not the actual date on the calendar. No big deal, but before you print, you will want to change that one little number. :-)


I use a system that I'm not allowed to install more software, but comes with a pdf reader. Is it possible that someone post a pdf version of this file?

Thank you!


....you could actually join this site, and leave contact information, someone could write you a private message, and then email the pdf to you. I have this file as a pdf on my hard drive, and could mail it, but since you don't have a contact tab, I can't do that.


PDF - Jon...

Jon, Do you think you could post the pdf version here instead of emailing it directly to those who request it? Then we can all utilize it....
:) Thank you! nay nay

Problem is...

.... I really don't think we want to create another thread just for a pdf of this file. I can try to post the file on my iDisk, and post a link here, but IMO, that's not an ideal solution. I've put it on my iDisk, so you can download it, but if ygor or innowen or Doug could add it to the original post above, that would be best. Here's the link: 2009-weekly-calendar-2-up.pdf

No guarantees how long I'll decide to leave this file on my iDisk, so get it while the gettin's good, and hopefully, someone will put it on the DIYP servers. :-)


How to Open on a Mac

Hi --

I'm probably just being simple (I'm sort of a technotard), but I can't get this to open with either Preview or MS Office for Mac. I know I can get Open Office for free, but I'd prefer not to. Is there some simple trick that I'm missing here, or is this just not Mac-compatible yet?

Thanks for all you hard work,


mac compat

OpenOffice is available for Mac. Version 3 is completely compatible. You can download it at www.openoffice.org. Just download, and install, and you can open these files. This is if you have an Intel Mac (any Mac bought new in the past two or three years)

If you still can't get it to work, let us know, I might be able to convert it to pdf, if such a thing is reasonable. I don't remember how this one works...

edit: It would help if you signed up to verify yourself. I just made a pdf (and corrected the wrong date at the top of the first page), but I can't contact you via PM, because you aren't a verified member....


If you have a PPC Mac...

...you might want to try NeoOffice instead of Open Office.
The difference is that OpenOffice 3 is only on the Intel Macs (for the moment, I hope).
Neo Office and OpenOffice 3 both have the advantage of being Mac Native -- no messing about with X11 if you do not want to.
You can only install OO 2.4.0 on a PPC Mac and it still wants to use X11 -- OpenOffice Download Link
"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Requested PDF Version...

of this template can be found here: http://www.diyplanner.com/node/6559

Thank you Jon for providing the pdf version for us!

nay nay

Printing Question

Thanks for the great template. I'm new at this and having a bit of difficulty understanding how to print this out so it all matches up correctly. I would prefer to not have to print the whole year, if possible. Any insight would be much appreciated. Thanks again!

A bit late in the year, ain't it ?

Anyway, it looks like pages 1 and 2 should be printed back to back
then 3 and 4
et cetera

So if I understand your question, start from the other end.
Print pages 53 and 54 back to back,
the 51 and 52,
and so on until you get as much calendar as you need
"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Late Indeed :)

Thanks, I appreciate that.