Man. I don't know where to put this question but I'm *sure* someone here can come up with a solution
I'm looking for:
-- an end result: an 5.5"x8.5" (in other words, two pages landscape per letter size paper) agenda page that I can print out duplex and have Kinko cut and coil-bind (probably in three- or six-month intervals to cut down on the awkward thickness) that will look like a one-day-per-two-page layout with lines and a couple of appointment blocks of my choosing with lots of space for notes under each appointment.
I have a friend who books two appointment times on certain days but each exam taker requires pre-approval notes and, no, I can't get everyone booking these things to just do it on the computer. They like pens and they're not going to change.
However, the old standby, Blueline agendas, only have one-day-per-page and appointment times from 7AM to 7PM and that just doesn't leave enough space. They have a new agenda but the layout is too fussy.
-- And she needs those month-before and month-after calendars in the corners.
-- Oh, and a blank template with 'fill in the damned date yourself'? N'ah-ah. Need those dates printed up, man.
I've looked at inserting that calendar autotext in Word but damned if I can figure out how to update the actual calendars to 2007 and beyond
Anyone know of any templates in common applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, InDesign, Adobe Professional) or any applications that'll do this one task?
I'm really surprised neither Kinko nor the agenda refill companies let you customize your agenda/planner/diary page... .
Suggestions, oh wise ones?
PS. If I'm going to do this, I'm happy with Mac apps. since, if I have to buy the application, it sure as shootin' is staying in my environment. But I'm sure I can bug one of the guys to bring in their own Windows laptop and we'll go downstairs to the wifi coffeeshop and download what needs to be done there