Two Days per page

Hi
ive been using A5 for a while now and find that i dont always fill up a page aday . therefore i was wondering if anyone has made a template for two days on one page and the facing page blank for notes if the day should become busy. This would certainly save on paper.
It would run monday Tuesday on a page Wednesday Thursday on a page and Friday Saturday/Sunday on a page.
How difficult would it be for me to write this template ?
Obviously i dont want to reinvent the wheel so to speak so any help would be greatly appreciated

Mike

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I haven't seen that layout

... but it sounds like a job for the dynamic template generator! (cue superhero music)

Try the purple tab up top. I'd be interested in seeing it.

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My opinion: If that's what you want, great. However, due to the effort necessary for a Dynamic Template, I would like to know that more than one person wants this.
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I always mean, but don't always say, that folks should learn to use the Dynamic Template Generator to "roll their own", and then share. That's what I did.

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Dynamic Template generator

Hi Rocket,

im happy to go the way you suggest (as per my original post)
if you would be so kind as to direct me to the location of
the said program that will allow me to change its parameters
to the two pages per day i would be eternaly grateful

Mike

you should always say what you mean it saves time ...

Here's something to start with

I've posted a Word file (node 6029) that you can copy and modify pretty easily. It's one week, starting on Aug 25, and if the format works for you, you can just edit the dates for the rest of the year.

I hope this gets you started. Ygor's templates are nicer and easier to use, but until he can get it done, maybe this will tide you over.

It may be a couple of days before the template gets cleared, tho.

2 days per page

Ive checked the word file GG that is exactly the format...
ive also tried to play with some of the already developed
setups to no avail.
i am unable to actually edit any of them ??????
is ther some special software i need ?

Mike

What are you trying to edit ?

PDF is not meant to be edited.
ODG is OpenOffice Document Graphic for which you need OpenOffice (or NeoOffice on the Mac)
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Hi, Mike-- Most of the

Hi, Mike--
Most of the templates on this site were developed in the Draw app of Open Office

To edit them you need to download the Open Office suite (Click on the link above) and open the templates in Draw.

And you can go to the Design Your Own DIY Planner page to read more about it and get some starter templates.

Enjoy!

I have one

I just made a very simple lined 2 days per page Classic sized template in MS Word, if anyone wants it. I used an Excel file to mail merge the days and dates onto it for December and will do the same for January soon.

you can post it in the templates

and let me know so that I can review it and make it appear
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