18 February 2021

Diary Inserts for 2022 and beyond

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Ray Blake of the My Life All in One Place blog and I have collaborated for 10 years this year, in an ongoing project to produce a range of diary layouts that can be downloaded, printed, punched and used.  

Over that time the 'collection' has grown to levels we never expected. 

They are offered for download and use under a Creative Commons Licence. That means you can freely use and adapt them other than commercially. You can share these templates with other people, but you must not charge for them. Diary Inserts 

As the size/number of inserts has grown, the complexity of managing the collection has grown to the point where we needed to take a step back and re-evaluate where we were going. 

Ray took some time last year to look at the levels of individual downloads on his site to see what was popular and what wasn't. 

He then reorganised the way in which files are created in to a much more logical method and file structure. This makes it much easier to create each years pre-prepared merged files, that are ready for you to use in Word or PDF format. At the time of writing files for 2023 and 2024 are waiting in the wings.

Going forward we are restricting ourselves to this following list of files.

But what about the ones you used to do for us that I still use that aren't on the list, I hear you cry.... All of the old source files are still listed and still available for you to download and do the merge yourself. So you will be able to continue to create those files from now til dooms day!

The list of files that we continue to create might expand, but in a more orderly fashion compared to before.  They will follow our new method. 

The new list needs some explanation. Here is that explanation...

The Ref number is just an indicator for each series of inserts, first digit is the insert size, the second digit the time divisor (day per page, week per page etc) and the third digit shows the version of the particular design the name refers to. 

Format indicates the page size proportions, A4/A5 is for all ISO sizes so this includes A6, B5(Deskfax), B6 etc You might need to make some small font size adjustments for the smaller sizes. 

Name (Preview) we have kept the same names as in previous years as closely as possible. Click on the name and you should be taken to a preview of the file. The previews are for 2020 or later, these will not be updated each year, they will stay the same unless the design changes. 

Word PDF these are the links to the pre-merged files for the year at the head of the columns, download these to just print off the file of your choice. 

Word Excel  these are the links to the Word and Excel Source files for you to download to do your own adjustments to our initial files. Like before you need both files. The Excel files are now different in their make up. You will find a 'Year' worksheet this is where you unsurprisingly set the year for the file you wish to create. Save the Excel file once you have set the year. There aren't different source files for different years, if you open the Excel file and you find it set to a different year than the one you want to create, just change it in Year worksheet and save the file. 

Merge Sheet this indicates which of the Excel worksheets you should merge into your word file after you have done your edits. The Excel files are now set up to do several insert designs so there are sometimes more than just a single worksheet in each file. 

Merging the files is much the same as before, I will do a new video to show how the files work if people think one would be useful.

You will find all of the 2022 files here. It's possible there might be some broken links or incorrect links please report these direct to me, thank you. 

Thank you to Ray Blake for his continued support and co-operation in helping to create the many different files for us to use.

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  1. Thanks for the work. I don't know if it is possible to merge the annual page I used to use, a year on one page of A6 in boxes a bit like the calendar tabs you can get for children to make a wall calendar!!!! I will find it no doubt!!!! xxx

  2. Thank you for these! Yesterday I was able to download and print monthly calendar pages for 2022. I really appreciate the work you have both put in to make this resource available to everyone.

  3. Thank you all for your support and maintaining these sites/files!!!