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Free Printable Planners Refill Datebooks Conveniently and Affordably
Kevin Savetz -- Free Printables Kevin Savetz -- Free Printables
Blue Lake , CA
Friday, April 10, 2009

Printable planner refill
A new site featuring more than 200 free printable planner pages makes it easy and affordable to refill popular commercial datebooks such as the Day-Timer, Day Runner, Franklin Covey and other systems.

PrintablePlanners.net offers daily, weekly and monthly calendars, contact lists, to-do lists, lined pages, grid (graph paper) pages, Cornell note pages and blank planner pages.

There are pages to fit seven common planner sizes: executive (8.5"x11"), desktop (5.5"x8.5"), travel (4.25"x6.75"), personal (3.75"x6.75"), pocket (3.5"x6"), hipster (3"x5"?index card size) and mini (2.75"x5"). Both portrait and landscape orientations are available.

Each of the pages, which are in PDF form, can be downloaded and printed individually for free. Or, for added convenience, another option is to pay $9 and download the entire collection of planner pages for one planner size in one convenient download. Once the pages are downloaded and printed, just trim them down to size along the cutting guides, punch holes and insert them in your planner.

"Like everyone, I'm busy and rely on my planner to keep track of appointments, events and other important details of day-to-day life," said Kevin Savetz, the site's creator. "I don't want to take time out to run to the store and buy commercial planner refills, which can be a little pricy anyway."

The calendar refills come in distinct designs for left-hand and right-hand pages. The daily calendar pages include boxes separated by time-of-day, for people who have a lot of appointments during the day. The weekly option has an entire seven-day week on each page.

The http://www.printableplanners.net/category/todo">to-do lists allow users to check off tasks as they are completed. "That's a feeling you can't get from a computer-based task list," Savetz said.

"I plan to add even more planner pages in the future, in response to user requests," Savetz said. "I want the site to continue to grow and become an even more valuable resource."

PrintablePlanners.net, which launched in March 2009, is among the nearly 40 sites in the FreePrintable.net family of free printables sites created by Savetz Publishing, Inc., a company devoted to creating useful and informative web sites of interest to consumers and small businesses.

Kevin Savetz ( savetz@gmail.com)


Savetz Publishing, Inc.

PO Box 1205
Blue Lake, CA
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