Printable Weekly Planner

Each week is split across 2 pages with space at the bottom for notes. Prints in four different paper sizes. Optionally include events from your web calendar and holidays. Save money on store-bought planner refills.

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Printable Weekly Planner

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Features and Customization Options

  • Adobe® PDF format (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
  • Microsoft® Excel® format (Requires Microsoft Excel)
  • Multi-year access (Create calendars for 2014, 2015, or any other year, 1 AD - 10,000 AD)
  • Customizable start day (any day, Sunday through Saturday)
  • PDF Only: Customizable start hour (any hour, 12am through 9am)
  • Double-sided printing support (Scroll down for instructions)
  • Include your schedule & repeating events
  • Import events from your Google Calendar account
  • Include your holidays & special occasions (birthdays, anniversaries, etc.)
  • Portrait orientation
  • Batch downloads (download all weeks for a month or year in one file)
  • Multiple paper size options (Personal, Classic, Letter, A4) Learn more about paper sizes
  • Multiple language support (English, Espa├▒ol, Deutsch, Fran├žais, Italiano, Danish, and Nederlands)



 

Double-Sided Printing Instructions (PDF)

Check the "Sort pages for double-sided printing" option to download a file containing weekly planner pages for one month or one year sorted for back-to-back printing where each week is spread across two pages.

Before printing
The instructions below are intended as a general-purpose guide for modern inkjet and laser printers. If you have an older model printer, or one that grabs extra sheets while printing, or one that prints in reverse order by default, these instructions may not work for you without adjustments. Depending on the issue, you are encouraged to either set your printer to "forward order printing" or print only one month at a time.
1. Print the front pages
From Adobe Reader, click File->Print to open the Print dialog.

If you are printing to Personal or Classic size paper: set your page range to "All".

If you are printing to Letter or A4 size paper: set your page range to "Pages:" leaving the full range in the box.

 

Then change Subset to "Odd pages only", uncheck the "Reverse pages" option, and click OK to print.

2. Print the back pages
When the odd pages have printed, insert the stack into your printer so that the backs will be printed. From the Print dialog, make sure your print range is set to "All" or "Pages" (according to Step 1) and change Subset to "Even pages only". Check the "Reverse pages" box, then click OK to print (be sure to uncheck the Reverse pages box after printing).
3. Sort and bind your weekly planner
Sort your planner pages, cut (if using Personal or Classic size), and bind. Your custom planner is ready to use!

Double-Sided Printing Instructions (Excel)

Check the "Sort pages for double-sided printing" option to download a file containing weekly planner pages for one month or one year sorted for back-to-back printing.

Before printing
The instructions below are intended as a general-purpose guide for modern inkjet and laser printers. If you have an older model printer, or one that grabs extra sheets while printing, these instructions may not work for you without adjustments. In this case, you are encouraged to print only one month at a time.
1. Print the front pages
With your Microsoft Excel planner file open, you will see either 6 weeks of tabs (1 month), or up to 54 weeks of tabs (1 year). Select the front pages by selecting the first half of tabs. You can do this by clicking the first tab, holding down the SHIFT button, then clicking the 3rd tab (if you're printing 1 month) or the 27th tab (if printing a full year). Click File->Print to open the Print dialog. Set 'page range' to "All", set 'print what' to "Active sheet(s)", and click OK to print.
2. Print the back pages
When the front pages have printed, insert the stack into your printer so that the backs will be printed. In Excel, select the second half of tabs (Wk2 through Wk54, for example). Select the Wk2 tab, hold the SHIFT button down, then select the Wk54 tab. From the Print dialog, set 'page range' to "All", set 'print what' to "Active sheet(s)", and click OK to print.
3. Bind and your weekly planner is ready to use!
Make sure your stack is in the correct order. If you have the materials and tools for binding, you can do it yourself, or bring it to your local printer for finishing.

Microsoft Excel help:
Print a worksheet or workbook




Excel tips

To break a line, press Alt-Enter at the end of each line of text.

To insert a picture, first select your square, then select Insert->Picture->From File. Find your picture, then drag and resize to fit your square.



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