Choose a calendar for your planner.
The Ruled Yearly Calendars are good to use to keep up with
birthdays, important dates or medical information.
The Calendar on the Left side and Right side are both here so you can choose how you want a calendar displayed.
Some Browsers - Printer Setting
The files on this page are supposed to print in "Landscape" and it is very possible that your printer might not automatically print the file in landscape. I recommend that before printing, check print preview first in settings and if you see that the file is not going to print in "Landscape" then go back to your printer's settings and find the page orientation and check "Landscape."
A heads up- Also, in some browsers, my website signature on the file might print in black and that is known to me. If it does, it will appear as a tiny black rectangle.
See image to the left to get an idea of how the calendars would be displayed in your planner. Typically left side pages are on the back of other pages. Right side pages are on the top of other pages.
Ruled lines in the files in this top
row are around 5/32 inch.
Matching Ruled Paper
Tip - Back to Back Years
To have a back to back calendar of sequential years, Try This
- Choose a year such as 2012 from the Right-Side list - Print it.
- Remove the paper and reload it in your printer so that the back of the paper prints next -
- Choose the following year, such as in this example - 2013, from the Left-Side list and print it on the back of the previously printed paper which you reloaded in step 2.
If everything went well, you should have a back to back calendar of the years 2012 and 2013 and a back to back ruled sheet of paper.Donna Young - updated July 31, 2011