Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Midori compatible 2013 diary part 2 - free to download and print

If you downloaded and printed my Midori Traveler's Notebook compatible diary, you'll probably be waiting to download the second half of the year.

Well, here it is. It picks up where the first half set finishes and takes you well into 2014.


Once again, you have a choice of five different colours. Whichever you choose, the file prints double-sided on A4 paper in booklet mode. In all, you'll print sixteen sheets, which you can then bind into a cover and trim. This post will show you how.

Download the file in your chosen colour here:   Blue   Red   Orange   Green   Purple

9 comments:

LJ said...

If/when I get a Midori I will definitely be downloading your inserts, they are amazing.

Scott Johnson said...

any chance of a passport size of this? for 2014

Simon said...

Finally used up my 1st half of the year hand written version of this so I can print off yours and get biinding as it looks so much better. I was using a midori ruled book,dividing the LHS into 7 sections for the days and leaving the RHS plain to spill over into if needed and just draw a box round but found I didn't need it that often and liked your layout. Keep up the good work.

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Doris said...

Hi Ray! Was just about to print when I looked more closely at the pages and can't figure out if each week prints on 1 sheet of paper or not. Hmmm, is it me, or what? (:

Ray Blake said...

The file prints double-sided on A4 paper in booklet mode. If your printer doesn't offer booklet mode, you can achieve the same functionality by downloading FinePrint. It will print 4 pages on 1 sheet of paper which, when stacked together and folded at the centre make a booklet. You simply the trim to the right width.

Doris said...

That helps, thanks. Can't wait to try it out.

aprilquilts said...

Hi Ray,
this looks really great. Do you have any plans to offer this in a US letter sized version? Also, what kind of printer do you use? We are in the market for a new one, and I am trying to decide what to get. Thanks so much!

Ray Blake said...

I have no immediate plans for Letter templates, but it's something to think about for the future. I'm currently using a Lexmark C544dn colour duplexing laser printer, which is close to perfect.

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