When Ray and I set about adapting our A5 diary layouts to Personal size, the one layout we missed out was the Vertical Week to View. We didn't think this would be a particularly usable layout in Personal size. However, that's just our view, so why not give it a try?
We've done this a few ways for you.
Pre-prepared 2012 diary sets
First, we have the usual A4-based set. Choose between the Word file and the PDF file. Print this double-sided. If you have a duplex printer, set it to flip on the short edge. If you don't then you'll have to print odd-numbered pages and then refeed to print the even-numbered pages on the reverse. You might have to experiment to find out how to refeed the paper.
On one side of each sheet you'll find crop marks. Use a craft knife and a steel ruler to release the Personal pages and punch them. The templates are set up with mirrored gutters to accommodate the holes.
And for those of you who want to print directly onto Filofax Personal size plain paper, we have versions for you, too. Choose either the Word file or the PDF file.
You can also roll your own using our source files. The A4-based version uses this Word file as the base document and this Excel file as the data source.
The version that prints on Personal size paper uses this Word file and this Excel file.
For the Personal size plain paper Week Per Page uses this Word file along with this Excel file
For the Personal size plain paper Week Per Page plus notes uses this Word file along with this Excel file.
If you want to know how to go about using the source files, this post will help you.
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