I currently use a calendar in Outlook. The inherent difference in a straight calendar and a plan book with boxes for lesson plans, materials, planning ahead, notes on lesson for future, etc. Any good solutions found by others?

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I've been going through the same this same thing. My lesson plan book this year contains three different formats. I started with Word, using text boxes. Then I moved to Numbers since I use a mac. This is similar to excel. Now, I am using this program called Planbook created by Jeff Hellman. So far so great. If you have been using Calendar in Outlook, the results when you print them, if you do, might be similar. The bad part is that you have to pay for it, but it's only 30 bucks.

Check it out. Here is the link Planbook
Terry, Thanks from a quick first look this appears to pretty much what I am looking for.



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