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Excel Daily Calendar with Tasks and Notes

Submitted by on April 29, 2009 – 11:37 pm 2 Comments | 14,739 views
Weekly Planner

I finally made a pretty cool daily calendar (just like those daily sheets in your planner/organizer). I recently trashed my old organizer which lasted me 12 years and I had to somehow mourn my loss.

Change the date in cell A1 only.

Have fun with it.

Note: you have to enable macros (but there are no macros in it).  You’ll have to adjust cells depending on your printer.


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  • Shelli says:

    I’m having the same issue with trying to ditch my physical day planner, because I just got a Droid phone. I can’t find a good “day planner” program to install on my phone. I like having the two options where on one side you can enter any meetings in certain time slots, and the other side is your list of “To Do’s” for that given day. The free yadahome.com calendar app is okay, but I can’t figure out how to toggle between monthly view and daily view on my phone (I can do it on the computer, but not on the phone.)

  • Rose Turner says:

    Thanks you for this – seems to work great. Very nice of you to share.

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