Employee Vacation Calendar Schedule

Hi everyone, I love this website and I must have literally spent hours going over all the templates available on this website.

I was recently redoing my filofax to suit my new job role and I cam to this website looking for some of the template I remember seeing but I cannot seem to find it any more. I could have sworn I had seen a template for scheduling the vacation plans in a foldout page. The basic structure was Vertical listing of the name of the employees. Horizontally the page had 52 columns with each column representing a week. On the top of the page each column was labeled with a number which represented the date of the Monday of each week and every 4 to 5 weeks was further grouped as a month.

I remember the template so vividly, hence I could have sworn that I have seen it. The only problem is that I cant seem to find it any more. Can anyone direct me to the right path or alternatively develop the template again.

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On what size paper ?

52 columns at 1 cm per column makes a 52cm wide piece of paper, plus margins. That's 20.4 inches for the un-metric out there.

That's a large piece of paper.

What is the page size of the Filofax you want to put this in ?
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Foldout Paper

I guess it should be a legal sized paper and arranged as a foldout for an A5 filofax

Legal paper is 14 inches (35.56 cm) long

divided by 52 columns = 6.8mm or .269 inches

You could use 4-squares-per-inch graph paper
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Here's a related template...

Is this kind of what you're looking for? http://www.diyplanner.com/node/5507