Weekly sign-up, one year on a sheet

A year-long calendar on two pages with one blank line per week. The Thursdays calendar highlights that particular day of the week while the 2011 weekly sign-up is generic. You could simply print it and use a marker to highlight the appropriate day of the week.

Paper size: 
Letter
Thumbnail: 
2011 weekly sign-up with contrasting months thumb.png
Usage advice: 

I'm using it as a sign-up sheet for a weekly co-op. But it could be used to keep track of anything that happens once a week. The link below takes you to a page where you can generate this kind of calendar for any dates you choose.

License: 
Public Domain
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
PDF reader or OpenOffice
AttachmentSize
2010 weekly sign-up with Thursdays highlighted31.08 KB
2011 weekly sign-up22.09 KB
2011 weekly sign-up with contrasting months22.6 KB
Weekly SignUp.ods17.53 KB
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"2011 weekly sign-up with

"2011 weekly sign-up with Thursday highlighted" made some mistake.It isn't Thursday highlighted .It's Friday highlighted.

D-oh!

Yup. The highlighted days are Fridays. Including the one marked "Thanksgiving" !
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Sorry! That was last year's

Sorry! That was last year's calendar. I changed the file name to reflect that.

Template questions

There's a person over here that wants 5 or 10 years worth of this template, so I want to ask a few questions.

Each horizontal line represents a calender week, right ?

What did you use to create the template ?

Thanks for sharing.
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Yes—each horizontal line

Yes—each horizontal line is supposed to represent a Sunday-Saturday calendar week.

I created the template in Apple's Pages (I can export to a Doc if that's helpful) but I may originally have generated the calendar portion using a spreadsheet.

UPDATE: My husband created a page that will generate this kind of calendar for any dates your choose, with a few formatting options (highlighting, font options, etc.) You can use it here: http://personalpages.tds.net/~richandjess/calendar.html

Very nice

I need to look into what it takes to create web pages like that.
One question: The placement of the month names seems a bit off to my eye. Guessing, I would say the string is right justified on the first first-day-of-the-week day. Is that it ?

Also, I had to un-spam your comment because of the link. You may want to check out this link regarding that: http://www.diyplanner.com/node/4965
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I figured it out !!

I made an Open Office spreadsheet and figured out how to do it generically !
The only thing I would tweak if I could would be the placement of the month names, but it looks pretty good as it.

I attached it

It's good to be An Admin :)
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google calender?

if need be, i think a screenshot (or series of screenshots) would work.
copy, paste,crop.

I think you miss the point

The form has a calender going down the left and one line per week on the right.
I took it as a challenge to see if I could do it in an OpenOffice spreadsheet.
And I dood it !
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