2007 Dated Weekly Calendar (2-up)

2007 Dated Weekly Calendar - 2 pages per week, Monday start, and includes small monthly calendars of current and next 2 months. Similar format to D*I*Y Planner weekly format. PDF and source files included.

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

This template will give you one week 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". Cut each page in half (at 5.5").

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

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
PDF Reader (Adobe Reader, Mac OS X Preview); OpenOffice 2.0
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I love your idea that

I love your idea that included small current and next two months monthly calendars on the top of the page. This is great! However, when i opened it with Adobe Reader the even number pages is messed up. For example, on the other half of the page the date is off. It went down to the next page. Beside that, this is excellent. Thank you.

Duplex printing

The dates seem mixed up but once you print it out (8.5 x 11) and cut the sheets in half (to 5.5 x 8.5) you will see that the dates are correct. It was quite a challenge to figure out the required pattern.

I was confused, but...

I thought I'd try anyway.
Very elegant. A bit of fuss to arrange the pages properly, but it does work.
Congrats.

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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)

That's good idea ... Nice

That's good idea ... Nice details but needs improvement

Please be specific...

... about improvements. If I do not know what you find lacking, how can it be corrected ?
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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)

What about next year

I think this is wonderful. When the next year begins, will there be another one available... I sure hope so.

Thanks

July

Okay, I'm so confused. I tried starting with July, and I can't get the pages and dates to line up. If I get the dates to line up, then I don't get the margins to. I am supposed to be printing on both sides of the paper right?
I need a step-by-step.... >.< THANKS!!!

This template

can be a bit confusing. However, I suspect that you may be trying to start printing on page 26? If you do that, your dates won't line up properly. You have to begin on an odd-numbered page--25 or 27. If you start on page 25, you will get an extra week of June, but if you start on page 27, you lose the first half of the week ending July 1--which, at this late date, probably isn't worth worrying about anyway. ;-)

So, if you start on page 27, your dates will turn up on the correct page. I just printed out four pages (2 sheets) to try it out, and on my A4 paper (european), my outer margin is bigger than my punched margin--which is to be expected. However, it looks like it should print properly on US Letter. One thing to check is that you aren't reducing your page size to fit. I use Mac OS X and the Preview program, so I can't give advice on how to fix this in Adobe, but it's surely in their printing prefs somewhere. If you turn off shrink to fit, you should get good margins.

One more potential "gotcha" If your printer defaults to printing back-to-front, you need to change that. I forgot on my Canon, and as soon as I started printing, I realized it probably wouldn't work--and it didn't. You need to make sure that the pages print in the proper order, from first to last.

So, summarize:
1. Make sure the first page you are printing is an odd-numbered page
2. Turn off Shrink to Fit
3. Print from first to last page, printing the odd page on the front, even page on the back.

BTW, I just did the above on a couple sheets of my small stash of US Letter, and the margins are perfect. So it should work.

HTH

-Jon