My version of the Planner Pad

I've liked the Planner Pad layout for a long time, but found the actual PlannerPad paper left much to be desired, the ink felt too newspaper-ish and the whole thing overall was just too big and bulky. So I had to come up with my own version. It was designed to fit only Monday-Friday on a page, as that suited my purposes at work best (and then I just put my calendar printout from Outlook on the opposite side). Somewhere along the way I did create a two-page version, but didn't like how it turned out so don't use it. Anyway, just thought I'd share in case someone else found it useful. Fonts are attached as well.

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Install fonts to get full effect as shown in thumbnail.

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MS Word 2003
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The one thing I thought was most wonderful about PlannerPad

was that it gave equal space to all seven days of the week.

As a retiree, I prefer equal space for every day of the week. I find it a bit frustrating that most of the dated appointment books and planners on the market shortchange weekends.

I had a bit of a chuckle reading that you actually delete the weekends from the P-Pad format!