2010 Weekly Planner/Calendar

Okay, I'm brand new, scatter brained & frustrated! I have shelves of barely-used or unused calendars and planners. This site seems like the answer to my prayers. I am attempting to have everything (work, kids' schedules, home life, etc.) organized in one binder. However, after spending hours on the site, I cannot find what I need. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND A FREE & PRINTABLE 2010 WEEKLY PLANNER/CALENDAR THAT MIGHT BE "TWEAKABLE"?? I am NOT incredibly computer saavy (no dunce, but this is not my forte), so, please not TOO much computer jargon that will frustrate me even more (is that even possible)?

Thanks ever so much!

Virginia

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Right here

http://www.diyplanner.com/node/6210

The Dynamic Template is an application that does what you want.
It outputs PDF or SVG
If you want to "tweak", try SVG and then edit with Inkscape
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More help, pretty please!

Thanks for your help, Dan! You seem like the man with a plan:) I know
this should be quite simple, but after spending even more hours I now
cannot find instructions on how to set up margins to print double-sided to
place in my three-ring binder (letter size). Sorry to bother you again. This DIY Planner was just what I was looking for, btw!

Thanks again!

Virginia

There's help, and then there's ...

the situation where I say "Google is your friend".

Sorry if you did not like the lmgtfy link, but I think it would be better for you to ask your questions here on the forum rather than e-mailing them to me directly.
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margin for double-sided printing

Virginia,
My printer can't do double-sided so I can't check this right now but often times there will be a setting for the margin on the "binding edge" or the "inside edge" that you can set to be larger than the other edge either on a printer setting or on the software you are using. You would probably need to set it at about an inch to give you room enough to punch holes. Does this help?
Elizabeth

The question was ...

"how to print double sided" and the OP got irritated when I sent a Let-Me-Google-That-For-You link searching on that phrase.

Like this : Link
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Interesting

I read the phrase "instructions on how to set up margins to print double-sided" as a request for info on setting up margins, hence my response on margin setting.

:)

She contacted me directly and several e-mails were exchanged.
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This thread might help

http://diyplanner.com/node/5248
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