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FPL Vertical Format Weekly / Monthly Planner

FPL Vertical Format Weekly / Monthly Planner

  • Weekly and monthly planner for FiloFax Personal and other 6-ring personal size notebooks. Fully dated. Lines in weekly and monthly blocks.
  • Days in vertical format.
  • Optional notes pages separating weekly pages. This allows weeks to be separated intact.
  • 2 pages per month monthly planner with tabs (monthly pages can be omitted). 2 pages per week.
  • Daily appointment time slots (Mon-Sat) 7:00am - 7:00pm
  • Includes yearly calendars for current year and next year.
  • Page size is 3.75" x 6.75". High quality, heavy weight, ultra smooth paper. Acid-free. Paper produced from FSC certified forests.
  • Punched with 6 holes for FiloFax Personal size notebooks.

This is a complete monthly and weekly planner insert for the popular Filofax Personal notebook and others. It is fully dated. The page size is 3.7" x 6.75". It is fully dated. Each week is on two pages. Week starts on Monday. The weekly pages have separate blocks for each day, and include US Holidays and observances. Weekdays Monday through Friday include appointment time slots from 7:00am to 7:00pm. The monthly calendars, if a monthly option is selected, provide 2 pages per month, with durable plastic tabs. Unless the "No Monthly Pages" option is selected, the monthly pages are merged into the weekly pages so that the monthly spread comes just before the weekly spread containing the first day of that month. Also included are yearly calendars for current year and next year. The style of monthly spread can be selected as:

No Monthly Pages: The monthly spreads are omitted, i.e. the planner is weekly only.

6 column: Mon-Tue-Wed on the left, Thu-Fri-Sat/Sun on the right.

7 column: Mon-Tue-Wed-Thu on the left and Fri-Sat-Sun on the right, plus notes and mini-calendars for coming months. End-of-month orphaned days have separate blocks.

8 column: similar to 7 column above, except 5 rows rather than 6, and end-of-month orphaned days move to the first row.