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D*I*Y Planner Calendar Package 2.5 (Classic/A5)

D*I*Y Planner Calendar Package 2.5 (Classic/A5)

D*I*Y Planner has released another good template on Calendar which has two sizes: 5.5″x8.5″ and A5. This is a big package with 50 pages of the following templates:

DIY Planner Calendar

    * Day Keeper daily calendar
    * Day Keeper, unmarked (write in your own hours)
    * Weekly Planning, 1 page, 6 box (no hours, weekend shares a box)
    * Weekly Planning, 1 page, 8 box (7 days plus notes)
    * Weekly Planning, 2 page, 8 box (with hours and notes)
    * Weekly Planning, 2 page, 8 strips (with hours, notes, actions and annotations)
    * Weekly Planning 24-Hour, 2 page, 8 strips (with hours, actions and annotations)
    * Monthly Planning, Sunday-Saturday unmarked (write your own dates)
    * Monthly Planning Sept. 2005 – Dec. 2006, Sunday-Saturday (whew!)
    * Monthly Planning, Monday-Sunday unmarked (write your own dates)
    * Yearly Reference 2005-2006, with Special Dates
    * Academic Year 2005-2006 (created by eric Farris, a man of infinite patience)

    D*I*Y Planner Calendar Package

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