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2008 Planner - realistic looking yearly planner

Notes from ClifNotes, Mar 2008, permalink Notes and Reminders


I first tried this day-planner clone back in 2005. The authors haven't changed it much at all since then. There isn't much need to. It's just a simple and very familiar way to keep track of your daily, weekly and monthly appointments. It doesn't offer any fancy alarms and it also doesn't let you import data from one year to the next.


I still like it because it looks just like the physical cardboard and paper planner I use at work.

Do you have a better suggestion? Tell me in a comment below.


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Quote from the website

We have offered this amazing digital yearly Planner and Address Book for several years now. It has generated quite a "fan base" - many thousands of folks that just love it! It allows you to add/ edit addresses as well as appointment entries (you can even print it out if you want): very handy to install/ use on your laptop or any other system you have "contact" with often.


Supporting file: you MUST have THIS small reader installed before the Planner will display properly!