Special Order 2 page/week - classic 2up

The result of a member's request for a custom 2-page per week form, to fit her Circa Junior Zip Folio. Left-hand page has Monday through Friday; Saturday and Sunday are on right - all days equal size. Rest of right-hand page has grid split into two columns with "To Do" and "To Buy" headings.
Please let me know if there are any major tweaks that need to be done.

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Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
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Good for people who have as much going on on the weekends as during the week.

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You all want this dynamic ?

and how about with the days as columns ?

Anything is possible. Just take a little time to code :)
"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)

Yes to dynamic and to vertical columns for days

Ygor, if you are willing to make this dynamic and output the days as column (with the little graph columns at the bottom so I can write down to-do's), you would be a hero! This would be more functional than the Daytimer Vertical 2-page per week pages. Thanks for considering this.

As long as we're talking formats...

I used this format for '07 and LOVE it. It has a smallish area for timed appointments, some checkboxes and a small notes spot. Larger weekdays and smaller weekends. A great layout, I think.

I'm no coder, so have NO idea how much work has gone into this already, nor how much more would have to go in to do multiple weely formats, but I'm sure everyone has preferences and you can only offer so many choices. Just wanted to point out my fave as another option.

I never finish anyth

Multiple formats ?

No biggie.
The number juggling is done, All I need do is the drawing and add a switch to the GUI.

Need to finish the Daily pages first, however.

Tell you what: I'll make a poll for alternate formats.
"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)

You make it sound so easy!

So I'll throw in my choice--
a 24-hour 2-page weekly view with time indicators for appointments and time-keeping. 4 day columns on the left and 3 day columns on the right, with a fourth column for notes. I set this up in Word with full-size rows for the day-time hours from 8am to 7pm and half-size rows for the other hours. I need the 24-hour view because I work from home a lot and put in some late hours. And often get up in the middle of the night to work on something. So for billing purposes I need to record all my time, whenever I was working.

And I want everything related to time, like appointments and work records, in one place because I can't keep up with multiple books--one is a challenge for me.

I have it set up in a Word document and either print it out without the dates or go through and put in the dates before printing. So I'm set, but your things are prettier!


2-page weekly, vertical columns - available?


Your description is what I have been looking for. Is your Word document available for download, or through a link?


Another weekly format

While you're looking for other formats:

I'm really fond of a format similar to that used in the levenger circa agenda: horizontal (like the template in this thread), 4 days on the left, 3 on the right, and the spare space at the bottom right took up with 3 monthly calendars, previous, current, next month. No todo/tasks/notes - I use 3x5s for action lists.

Vertical 2-page / Week / 8-1/2 x 11

Ygor the magnificent.

You hit the nail on the head; again - you must be the James Brown of DIY "the hardest working man is show business."

Dreaming of: Dynamic, 8-1/2 x 11 inch, vertical day columns, M-W left page, Th-F with stacked Sat over Sun on right page, 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., in 15 minute lines.

I have been using a DayRunner #491-485, 8-1/2 x 11, 3-hole, Pro8 Vertical Weekly Dated Calendar, 2-pages-per-week, for the last 10 years. The week starts on Monday, with M-F shown vertically, and Sat & Sun as half a page stacked vertically, with hours printed 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

DayRunner says it has now discontinued the product for "marketing reasons."

I am all about Vertical format. Franklin Covey is not my style, and while close, the Day-Timer Folio 2-Page-Per-Week Vertical refill would only be a second cousin.

Thank you for all your effort.

special order. pdf file

I love this page but can you take out the grid lines and have regular lines so I can just write notes in.

When I printed this out, it

When I printed this out, it came out one classic-sized page per week. Is that what you had intended? It's a bit small but I might actually use it this way...

Any chance of this w/ the week starting on Sunday?