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3.75 x 6.75 Note template - Just for Girls ;) Flowery

Hi all, I want to share my first template. Hope you like it.

Usage advice: 

-cut inside the outer lines
-punch
-enjoy!

Paper size: 
Other
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
PDF reader
Language: 
english

2009 Dated Weekly Calendar (2-up) French

One Year before, I found your site and used one of the calendar designed by one of your member and traduced into French by another.

2009 is nearly there. So this year I have updated this template for the coming year and I am happy to share this work with the DIY Planner Community.

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Usage advice: 

Just like you would do with the DIYplanner 3.0 kit

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
PDF Reader and Open Office 2.0 (for source .odg)
Language: 
French

Monthly Tracker

This is a template I created to track repetitive tasks at work and/or at home.

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Usage advice: 

This form can be used repetitive action items. At the top is a short Notes/Description area that you can fill out. You may use this to track daily chores at home or if you are like me, I use it to track daily work reports. After the description, there is room to write the repeat tasks in list format and below that is a matrix that is 31 columns wide (use to track day of month) and 11 rows down (number of tasks in list). At some point, I may get rid of the Note/Desc section on top and try to squeeze 15 tasks per page. I print these double sided. I am currently tracking about 16 repeat tasks a day. I could probably think of more if I wanted.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Open Office
Language: 
English

I Dood It (for Shris)

Here's a pair of quick-and-dirty "I Did" list templates for Shris based on the discussion over here: http://www.diyplanner.com/node/6151

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Usage advice: 

Refer to this thread: http://www.diyplanner.com/node/6151

It is an editable template, so if you want to modify it, go for it.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Open Office
Language: 
N/A

4 months on 2 pages

Someone was asking for something like this, so I thought I would submit it to see if I was on the right track...

Usage advice: 

print

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Excel
Language: 
English

Weekly Menu Planner Forms

Working to get my grocery shopping under control to keep the budget down, we are switching over to doing menu planning, weekly at first.

I whipped up this this weekend to help me out, and to make it look like the rest of my planner.

Included are .pdf for Classic and for Letter size as well as the source OpenOffice file.

Usage advice: 

Print two sided. The Classic size is on letter size, 2-up.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
PDF Viewer, OpenOffice to edit
Language: 
English

Geodex-style Weekly To-do

Done with the Widget Generator.

The paper size is 1/2 (vertical) of a classic size page (2.75" wide x 8.5" tall).

Usage advice: 

One of the nifty things about the long-gone Geodex system was that you could see your daily, weekly, monthly and yearly calendars all at once. This form is my version of the weekly to-do list, and is designed to be punched on the right hand edge. If you use daily forms on the right side of your planner, this sits on the other side of the rings so you can see all those things you need to accomplish for the week, and can transfer to your daily forms at will.

Paper size: 
Other
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Adobe
Language: 
English

4x6 Hipster templates

Includes calendar years 2007,2008,2009; blank task forms; cover; blank week & month

Usage advice: 

Made specifically for 4x6 index cards

Paper size: 
Other
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
pdf viewer
Language: 
English

Instuctables: Hipster PDA How-To

Instructables: Hipster PDAInstructables.com bills itself as the world's biggest show and tell. To be sure, a lot of the how-to's lean a little to the ugly side of kludgey, but they really tap into the true DIY spirit. And there's certainly no lack of step-by-step articles for notebook hacks and Hipster PDA variants.

For example, take a look at one that uses our D*I*Y Planner hPDA kit:

http://www.instructables.com/id/My-Hipster-PDA/

Also note the related items at right, and explore from there. You too can have a Moleskine cover made out of a circuit board, suitable for impressing geek friends, scratching the table-top, or --when your loofah is nowhere to be found-- sloughing off dry skin.