If you love printables but wish you could customize them, this editable planner page gives you the flexibility to change the font and color, edit the text, and create your own custom planner pages.
I love getting suggestions from readers for new printable planner pages to create. One request that keeps coming up is the ability to edit the pages. While I would love to create editable PDFs, the software I need to do that just isn’t in my blog budget yet. In the meanwhile, I came up with a solution that isn’t quite as fancy but gets the job done.
I designed this new editable planner page using Microsoft Excel.
You can open the spreadsheet and customize it in tons of different ways:
- Change the font – I used Variane Script, which is the font I use on most of my printables. If you don’t already have that font on your computer, you’ll need to download it. Your computer will automatically pick a different font otherwise.
- Change the colors – I picked blue and yellow to match my other printables. You could even change it to ‘no fill’ to print in black and white.
- Rearrange the layout – Now that you have the basic template, you can use the pieces to make other printables planner pages. For example, if you want a page that’s just the habit tracker, create a new spreadsheet and copy/paste the habit tracker to fill the page. You can also resize any of the boxes by either dragging the edges or adding columns/rows.
And of course, you can update the month and days so you can keep using this calendar indefinitely.
Editable planner page download
Click HERE to download this Excel spreadsheet.
You’ll probably need Microsoft Excel to fully edit this printable, but other spreadsheet programs might work too.
I designed this to fit on 8.5×11-inch paper. To print the planner page, set it to print landscape and fit one page. You may need to adjust the margins; I set mine with narrow margins (0.25″).
There are really a ton of ways that you can use this printable planner page. You could even just keep it on your computer as a digital calendar instead of printing. That’s how I organize my blog calendar so I can schedule post ideas and rearrange them as often I as need to.
If you have another planner suggestion or are looking for a specific type of page, leave a comment or send me an email. Chances are that others are looking for the same thing and I try to make pages that are most requested.
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