Year a page (A4) 2006/2007

This template provides a year per A4 (landscape) page.

There are two versions:

  • Weekdays as rows (2006)
  • Day of month as rows (2006 & 2007)
Paper size: 
A4
Thumbnail: 
year-planner-a4-preview.png
Usage advice: 

Use it as holiday planner for yourself and/or your coworkers.

Includes the OpenOffice 2.0 Template.

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
German
Applications required: 
PDF Reader (Adobe Reader, Mac OS X Preview), OpenOffice 2.0
AttachmentSize
year-planner-a4.pdf38.95 KB
year-planner-a4-ootpl.zip18.62 KB
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English Version

Could anyone update this to an English Version? This would work great for our office vacation schedule!

Thanks is advance!

nay nay

English version available

Et version française

Great little page. I am

Great little page.

I am curious why the squares for days that do not exist are not left out alltogether?

Some are grey, some are not. End of Feb & Sept 31st?

another possibility

I found this site: LINK

Offers something similiar in letter size... can manipulate margins etc.

my artwork

Thanks for the link this was

Thanks for the link this was just what I was looking for!!

Shame it's not correct. June

Shame it's not correct. June 4th is a Monday, NOT a Sunday. Oh dear!

For what year, please ?

I tried a 2007 calendar and 4 June came up as a Monday.

What year did you try ?
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Violent agreement

I think you're both saying the same thing: June 4 is on a Monday in 2007, but the template shows it falling on a Sunday.

I should be able to knock together a script that outputs this, if anyone fancies cleaning it up in their favorite spreadsheet program.

Silly me !!

I thought the reference was to Sara'a link. I did not think to look at the top of the thread.

In the immortal words of Homer Simpson, "D-oh !"
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)