10 October 2013

Free Filofax diary inserts to print - Yearly Calendars

When I was printing off my diary inserts for 2014, I realised that we didn't have a Yearly Calendar for the front page or as a separate page so you can slot it in where ever you want in your Filofax.

So with Ray's help, I borrowed one he had already created for his Travellers Notebook, adjusted the size accordingly and created a simple, but easy to read calendar page for an A5 or Personal size Filofax.


And we have the files available too:
You can print these out as a standalone page, or copy and paste them in to say the first page of your Week View insert where there is already a blank page in most cases.

If you have never printed your own inserts before you might find this post helpful to get the printer settings set correctly.

13 comments:

  1. Hooray!!! Thank you, Steve and Ray. :)

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  2. Good, just what I wanted! Thank you !

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  3. Great!! This is fabulous. Thank you!! Selfish request, I know, but as I have an academic year diary printed off, any chance of a 2013 one too?? Pleeeese and of course thank you!! xx

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    1. Do it yourself. You have the word file.

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    2. HP Fuchs. I am afraid I don't know how to do this with calendars and I am usually pretty good in Word!! Any advice to help?? I'd be really grateful xx

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    3. Or print 2013 and 2014 back to back

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    4. Yes, I was thinking of printing 2013 and 2014 back to back, but how do I get up 2013?? Steve, am I being tecchie dim here? Fuchs says make your own, which I am perfectly willing to do, but what do I do with the Word file to enable me to make 2013? Am very confused.Helllp!! And thank you. xx

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    5. Grab the file off Ray's site, link in the post. It includes 2013 and 2014 side by side. Just copy each table to a new document and resize the table to which ever size Filofax you are using, which is what I did. You might need to alter the font size to get it on one page, but it shouldn't take more than 5 minutes to do!

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  4. I always like Ray's inserts. They are clean, readable, efficient. Exactly what you want a calendar to do for you.

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  5. Oooh... thanks Steve!! I never thought of cross referencing back to Ray's page. You are a star, both of you. Just the insert I've been looking for this one. So a huge thank you. xx

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  6. Is a 2015 version available? Thanks in advance!

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  7. Not yet we have crested year planners for 2015 though and you will find those in the diary inserts page

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