Take your Outlook® Calendar with you!

w20251With Day-Timer® Print Your Own Planner Pages, you can quickly and easily print a hard copy of your Microsoft Outlook® Calendar (and contact directory) onto pre-punched pages designed to fit directly into your DESK-sized Day-Timer® Planner.

If you’re going to be away from your desk for the day, but still want to be able to reference your schedule, just print a copy of today’s calendar, grab it from the printer tray and go!

Or maybe you like to print your weekly schedule every Monday morning, and then add to it as you work your way through the week. There’s no limit to how you use Day-Timer® Print Your Own Planner Pages. They’re a truly customizable way to merge your electronic calendar with your trusty paper planner.

22 thoughts on “Take your Outlook® Calendar with you!

  1. Certainly wished I had come across this blog before purchasing the PYO planner paer, I spent a good bit of time trying to get my daily pages printed on two sides and now find it can only be done with pages out of order or upside down. Having pages printed on one side is a waste of paper, and can you tell me if there are going to be instructions for Outlook 2010? I have that at home and 2007 at the job.

    1. Can you even print 2 days in a row so it looks like the picture in front of the packet?

  2. The most frustrating thing I have tried to do in a long time. The pages don’t work…why would daytimer sell a product that doesn’t work? Seems like it could be made to work but Daytimer didn’t bother.

    Very frustrating waste of $28.00 (including shipping).


    1. Elise,

      I’m sorry to hear your frustration with our PYO pages. Can you give me an idea of what issues you are having? I’d like to help.

      Thanks — Jeff

  3. I take back the part about ignoring. Someone did answer. I’m still very upset with the false advertising however. If you can’t fix your product, at least fix the way it is sold.

    1. Laura,

      I’m sorry to hear your frustrations with our product. The last thing we want is for someone to lose faith in our solutions. I will look into your claims about our advertising and respond as quickly as I can. Thank you for your comments.


  4. It seems Day Timer wishes to ignore the fact that their product is being falsely advertised. They’ve answered the other questions and completely ignored the ones about double sided printing, an option absolutely represented in their advertisements. I called the company and was told they don’t provide any kind of tech support. What an excellent example of modern business. Create a product that looks great so it will sell but don’t bother to make sure it actually does what you say it will. People won’t take the time out of their day to return something that costs less than $20. Classy.

  5. I also would like to know how to use the print your own size 4 pages and do so double-sided – either via manual feed or automatic duplex. It is true that Outlook does not do this correctly on its own. For example, if you try to do 2-pages per week, the first part of the week is right and then at Wednesday it reverses. Only being able to print single sided (especially if you do the 2 pages per week) is not helpful. I’m using Outlook 2003.

    1. Hi Jason,

      Thanks for joining the discussion. Due to the print limitations in Outlook, the Day-Timer Print Your Own Planner Pages do not support double-sided printing at this time. We are glad to hear the requests for features such as this and will keep you posted for future upgrades in this product. Hope that helps solve your issue, I want to help you be as productive as possible with your time.


  6. Hello —

    I purchased the Print Your Own package size 4 (i.e. half a regular 8.5 x 11 page). The paper is actually 8.5 x 11, perforated down the middle.

    The paper is double-sided (green background is printed on both sides) which suggested to me that you could print on both sides. However, as Rosalie Donlon outlined, the default Outlook print settings don’t print correctly double-sided: if you insert the resulting, printed sheets into a DayTimer, the days are out of order.

    The PDF directions at the bottom of this page are for printing single-sided from Outlook. Are there directions available to correctly print Outlook Calendars double-sided, so that the resulting printed DayTimer pages are like the traditional DayTimer pages that correctly sequence the dates?

  7. I want to clarify that I can get the pages to print two-sided, but the weeks don’t like up correctly when I print weekly style. For example, I tried to print from Nov. 30-Dec. 27, a total of four weeks. Nov. 30, and Dec. 7 came out correctly, but Dec. 14 and Dec. 21 were reversed. If I tried to reorient the paper when printing on the second side, the pages would be upside down. I don’t know how this would work with daily pages since I don’t print those out; I still use the 2-page per day format from DayTimers.

  8. So you really can only print sinlge sided with print-your-own pages?!? If this is true, the photo of the “print your own” planner set (4731) online is misleading because it shows a daytimer open with two printed pages, not one print out and one blank page. It is a waste to leave half of the pages blank, and it adds double the paper to the Day-Timer for a given time period. If there is a way to print two sided, please let me know. If not, I don’t plan to buy these pages again. Also, please update your catalog to make it clear that one-sided printing is all you can do. It seems like a simple fix to place the hole punces in the center of the paper, and allow customers to use the 2 sided print function in outlook that assumes the ‘binding’ of the print is in the center.

  9. I can get the Planner pages to print from Outlook, but I would also love to be able to print my Outlook contacts double-sided on Day-Timer pages. That would make it much easier to carry in my planner. I hope your product development team will consider that enhancement in the near future.

  10. I know you can print your own planner pages, but can youy print them out on the decorative pages you already have in your planner or do you have to use the ines you buy?

    Thank you.

    1. Hello Zole –

      Thanks for all of your great comments. In response to your inquiry about our Print Your Own™ Pages, at this time, we would not recommend printing on our decorative pages because they have not been tailored to accept Microsoft Outlook® formats. Also, because our designer refills are dated, you would be printing over existing type. I will share your comments with our product development team. They are always interested in hearing new ideas!


  11. Can you provide instructions such as you have for Outlook to be used with “AnyTime” organizer? It says that it will print pages in all needed sizes, but the instructions are way too complicated and techno-languagy for me to understand… AnyTime is the nearest thing I have found to the old DTO software. I use Outlook now, but I really would like to be able to use AnyTime.

    1. Hello Dianne

      Since we do not make the organizer you are referencing in your comment, we have no directions available for it. If you’re looking for a way to print your planner pages quickly and easily, you may want to give our Print Your Own™ Pages a try. Using the included easy-to-follow instructions, you can print directly from Microsoft Outlook® (versions 2003 or 2007). Click here for more information.

  12. I need a step by step. I can’t make Outlook print compatible with the holes in the paper. Help! I have the desk size. Thanks.

    1. Hello Andrea

      We’re glad you’ve decided to try our Print Your Own™ Pages. Step by step directions for printing our Print Your Own™ planner pages are available on our website. Click here to go directly to our Print Your Own™ planner pages directions. If you are having trouble with the holes in the paper, check your print preview screen before printing, and try printing a test sheet before using your Day-Timer® pages. If you have any more questions on how to use Print Your Own™ Pages, please call our customer service department at 1-800-225-5005. Keep us posted on how you use Print Your Own™ Pages to make your life more manageable.

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