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2008 Monthly 2-Up

Monthly overview pages for 2008, 2-up.

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

This is a fairly standard month-on-two-pages calendar, 2-up. I've included an "important dates" section on the front page and the GTD quick reference on the back for people who like it.

It's set up to have Jan/Feb on opposite sides of one page, etc. This template had some issues, but I think I've fixed them all -- it prints out okay for me. Every other page is upside down because that's what my printer wants me to do, but it should be fairly easy to fix that in any viewer if yours can do the right thing.

I have an OmniGraffle Template for the months (5-week and 6-week, 2 per page, right side up and upside down) if anyone wants it.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Adobe/Preview
AttachmentSize
2008Monthly2Up.pdf292.08 KB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2007-12-16 21:49
2008 Monthly PDA Portrait

Just an update of nay nay's 2007 Monthly PDA Portrait found here: http://www.diyplanner.com/node/2365 for anyone who's interested.

Paper size: 
Index Card (3 x 5)
Usage advice: 

Circa PDA's, hipsters, Pocket Briefcases...

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Adobe or Open Office
AttachmentSize
Month 2008.pdf45.22 KB
Month 2008.odg95.24 KB
Index Card (3 x 5)2008-01-06 10:15
2008 Two Pages per Day

Two pages per day for 2008. I uploaded two versions: 1) Purple, and 2) Black. I've included the .odg's as well so you can modify as you please. Also, this is not all of 2008, just from today (Feb 20th) forward.

Thumbnail: 
daily_thumbnail.jpg
Usage advice: 

This template will give you a one day spread over two pages. It prints on standard 8.5" x 11" paper. When printing from Acrobat make sure your page scaling is set to "None". You may need to set your printer to "Landscape". Cut each page in half (at 5.5").

Open Office Draw source file included - feel free to modify.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
PDF Reader (Adobe Reader, Mac OS X Preview); OpenOffice 2.3
Language: 
English
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2008-02-21 01:15
2009 3-in-1 Weekly 2up

I hope you guys like this. It is my first attempt at a template. This design is based on the Day Runner Pro 3-in-1 series and was made using the http://www.diyplanner.com/templates/official/widgetkit . Please see below for PDF and Open Office files. I only made July but it can easily be edited.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
Thumbnail: 
2009 3-in-1 Weekly 2up.jpg
Usage advice: 

The design is great for organizing your week with a place for appointments, tasks, and notes for each day.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
PDF reader or Open Office
AttachmentSize
2009 3-in-1 Weekly 2up.odg21.34 KB
2009 3-in-1 Weekly 2up.pdf43.84 KB
WeeklyPlannerPages.odg14.82 KB
WeeklyPlannerPages2.odg25.42 KB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2009-06-29 22:36
2009 Calendar on multiple sheets [ january- december]

Made with the Franklin-Covey planner in mind, not sure if it will work with other systems but it's worth a shot. Please email any suggestions. Thanks.

Paper size: 
Letter
Thumbnail: 
Blank Calendar.jpg
Usage advice: 

Print, fold in half, hole punch, and enjoy.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Adobe
AttachmentSize
2009 calendar on multiple worksheets (version 2)..xls651 KB
2009 calendar on multiple worksheets (version 2)..pdf62.51 KB
Blank Calendar.xls28.5 KB
Blank Calendar.pdf38.68 KB
Letter2008-07-23 10:25
2009 Dated Weekly Calendar (2-up) English

This is an English translation of the excellent French Calendar (2-up) that Celie submitted earlier this year.

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

Print Double-sided, either auto or manual, and cut down the middle.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
PDF Reader
AttachmentSize
EN 2009 Weekly Calendar 2-up.pdf1.03 MB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2008-12-09 19:24
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.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
Thumbnail: 
FR 2009 Weekly Calendar 2-up.PNG
Usage advice: 

Just like you would do with the DIYplanner 3.0 kit

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
French
Applications required: 
PDF Reader and Open Office 2.0 (for source .odg)
AttachmentSize
FR 2009 Weekly Calendar 2-up.pdf1.04 MB
FR 2009 Weekly Calendar 2-up.odg150.13 KB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2008-11-10 00:05
2009 Dated Weekly Calendar (2-up) German
Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
Usage advice: 

Just like you would do with the DIYplanner 3.0 kit

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
German
Applications required: 
Open Office 2.0
AttachmentSize
DE 2009 Weekly Calendar 2-up.odg153.81 KB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2008-12-19 15:06
2009 Hand-drawn & Typed

Hand-drawn & typed:
Year at-a-glance, the 12 months of 2009 and a blank notes page -

Very minimal and light to inspire creativity and leave room for your own notes and doodles to shine! :)

DOWNLOAD (5.5 mb)

Blog and downloads here:
http://ahhh-design.com/diy-planner-templates/

Previous Templates
http://www.diyplanner.com/node/4552
http://www.diyplanner.com/node/4815
http://www.diyplanner.com/node/4816

Thumbnail: 
09_planner_january.jpg
Usage advice: 

Letter sized, 3-ring binder

Paper size: 
Letter
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Adobe Acrobat
Language: 
English
Letter2009-01-25 07:22
2009 Monthly Calendar (Circa or Classic)

2009 monthly calendar to use with a classic-sized journal or circa junior (5.5x 8.5). Pre-formatted PDF. Just print double-sided, cut the pages in half, punch and insert. (Please note that the thumbnail shows half of a month/one page of the calendar.)

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
Thumbnail: 
samplepage.jpg
Usage advice: 

View and print using Acrobat Reader (free download from Adobe). The original file is in ancient PageMaker 7.0. If anyone would like a copy please feel free to contact me. Please don't ask me to change fonts or make other design/size alterations - I'd love to, but haven't time. You're most welcome to ask me for a copy of the original PageMaker file and alter it as you want.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Acrobat Reader
AttachmentSize
09_Monthly_2-Up,pdf.pdf85.62 KB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2008-12-08 01:50
2009 Monthly Dated Calendar (3"x5")

A very basic one month per card setup. Sunday through Saturday format. There are four 3x5 "pages" per printed sheet of paper.

Thumbnail: 
2009 Monthly Calendars 3x5-sample.jpg
Usage advice: 

I designed these to be printed on a 8.5"x11" sheet of paper, and cut out and pasted onto a 3x5 index card for durability. Can be printed on card stock or regular paper, as needs dictate.

Paper size: 
Index Card (3 x 5)
License: 
Public Domain
Applications required: 
PDF Viewer
Language: 
English
Index Card (3 x 5)2009-01-28 13:53
2009 Secondary Teacher Chronicle - week to view

2009 dated
Two page spread, Week to a view teacher planner pages.
5 weekdays (columns), plus one for Notes
6 lessons per day with recess and lunch break, plus note space above and below each day
Space for week numbers

Paper size: 
A4
Thumbnail: 
Clipboard01.jpg
Usage advice: 

Use it for lesson planning, with space for before and after school activities.
In the Notes column I write in the things that I have to do that week.
In the bottom right corner is a month calendar.
Souce file is done in MS Publisher

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Pdf reader
AttachmentSize
calendar 2009.pdf205.65 KB
A42008-11-24 11:36
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

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Open Office
AttachmentSize
2009 Weekly Calendar 2-up.odg157.86 KB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2008-12-06 04:29
2009 Weekly Calendar 2up English pdf version

pdf version of the 2009 weekly calendar 2up english version...

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

however you would like.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
adobe
AttachmentSize
2009-weekly-calendar-2-up.pdf1.04 MB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2009-05-14 00:08
2009 Weekly Planner 2up

Weekly planner updated for 2009. Modified version of "2008 Dated Weekly Calendar (2-up)" by "atwoodings" to meet my needs. 2 pages/week, 7 full days per week - useful for people who work weekend as well. Printed using "Booklet Printing" in Adobe Acrobat.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
Thumbnail: 
09wp2u_ss1.jpg
Usage advice: 

*Duplex print it - auto or manual, so that page 1 is on front side of paper and page 2 is on the back side, page 3 on front and 4 on back, ....
*When done, the printed stack of paper should have the 12 months mini calendar on one side and the week "June 29, 2009 - - July 05, 2009" on the other side.
*Cut in half.
*Flip "June 29, 2009 -" stack over on top of "- July 05, 2009" stack.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Any pdf viewer that can print
AttachmentSize
2009 Weekly Planner 2up -psec.pdf724.5 KB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2008-12-07 17:09
2009 yearly and weekly

I have used several of the templates I found here and thought I would return the favor. I created these for my notebook I carry at all times. For those who do not have a large number of projects, etc. I print the entire year of the monthly pages and only enough of the weekly pages for the current month.

I have included both the Excel workbook and the Pdf files.

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

They are formated for letter size pages.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Adobe Reader, Excel
AttachmentSize
2009 planner.xls197.5 KB
2009 planner weekly pages.pdf62.7 KB
2009 planner.pdf136.99 KB
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)2008-06-28 01:56
2010 Calendars

I've borrowed from some existing templates to create two daily planners - one for intensive 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. appointment scheduling combined with those daily tasks, lists, workouts, intake monitors, etc. and another for a less appointment, more activity-based schedule. The second still has room for a few appointments as well as directions to those appointments, but includes more intensive to do and to buy lists. All of this can be tweaked to fit your needs using the Ctrl+F method of replacing a word or phrase with one more appropriate to your lifestyle. It works well in letter or A4. Each file contains the whole month of January, but a Ctrl+F can replace the month and the dates and days can be changed quickly manually. The No Weekly planner is my favorite and shows my progress with mirroring pages to allow more room on the page and room for the hole puncher to not cut into text.

Paper size: 
Letter
Usage advice: 

I use the one with hourly scheduling for days when I'm buried in appointments and want to make sure I still get to the dry cleaner's and pick up those groceries without neglecting my workout. The other is great for ordinary usage, making it to the gym and a doctor's appointment on an errand-filled day, etc.

License: 
Public Domain
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Microsoft Word
AttachmentSize
DailyPlannerNoHourly.doc208 KB
DailyPlanner.doc753 KB
Letter2009-12-28 13:35
2010 Hand-drawn & Typed

Includes: at-a-glance, blank daily, blank monthly -- duplicates of pages pushed to left/right sides of page to make room for 3-hole punch on 2-sided printing:

Very minimal and light to inspire creativity and leave room for your own notes and doodles to shine!

View photos here

DOWNLOAD (35.04 MB)

Thumbnail: 
day.jpg
Usage advice: 

I use nice textured/thick paper for my planner and always print on both sides — depending on which side you’re printing you’ll want more space for a 3-hole punch! For that reason, the download contains duplicates of some pages pushed to the left or the right side of the page… I also recommend using the ‘fit to page’ printer setting which will make them a bit smaller but keep it from being cut off on the edges.

Paper size: 
Letter
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Language: 
English
Letter2009-11-16 00:45
2010 Weekly Team Task Planner - 2 Slot

A way to track weekly tasks for people who manage a team.

Paper size: 
Letter
Thumbnail: 
Weekly Team Task Planner - 2 Up.png
Usage advice: 

Don't remember where I got the template for this. Was either on this site, or David Seah's Personal CEO (http://www.davidseah.com).

Modified it to my liking, then I lost the hard drive I put them on. Recently found the printed copies, and did them from scratch in OpenOffice Draw. Once I got started, it was easy.

The first one is for 2010. You can circle the month, and write in the topic in the blank by the year. I manage a team and needed to track follow-ups for communication to my boss. You can put the person you're assigning the task to in the "[WHO]" spot, and when they were assigned the task/item, and what they're waiting for.

I also created a "6 Slot" version where I can track my team's items.

Hope you like it - feel free to use to your liking. (Also, please let me know if I didn't credit the people who should be).

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Adobe Acrobat
AttachmentSize
Weekly Team Task Planner - 2 Up.pdf44.65 KB
Weekly Team Task Planner - 2 Up.odg18.86 KB
Letter2010-01-14 20:04
2010 Weekly Team Task Planner - 6 Slot

A way to track weekly tasks for people who manage a team.

Paper size: 
Letter
Thumbnail: 
Weekly Team Task Planner - 6 Up.png
Usage advice: 

Don't remember where I got the template for this. Was either on this site, or David Seah's Personal CEO (http://www.davidseah.com).

Modified it to my liking, then I lost the hard drive I put them on. Recently found the printed copies, and did them from scratch in OpenOffice Draw. Once I got started, it was easy.

The first one is for 2010. You can circle the month, and write in the topic in the blank by the year. I manage a team and needed to track follow-ups for who I manage. You can put the person you're assigning the task to in the "[WHO]" spot, and when they were assigned the task/item, and what they're waiting for.

I also created a "2 Slot" version where I can track my own (and my boss') items.

Hope you like it - feel free to use to your liking. (Also, please let me know if I didn't credit the people who should be).

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Adobe Acrobat
AttachmentSize
Weekly Team Task Planner - 6 Up.pdf44.46 KB
Weekly Team Task Planner - 6 Up.odg19.33 KB
Letter2010-01-14 19:58