How to Make a Printable Schedule

by Emmanuelle Douglas

Printing a schedule is a great way to keep track of tasks, appointments and events throughout your workday. Schedules are available online and on software on your computer. Microsoft, OpenOffice and Google Documents offer free schedule templates for download; these templates can be used immediately after the file is downloaded. Print your schedule after you have inserted your details in the template. Save the template after your changes are made so it can be reused at a later date.

Excel 2010

Open Excel 2010 and click the "File" tab. Click "New." Type "Schedule" in the search window. Review the templates that appear. Preview a schedule by clicking the icon; the image and information appear in the right task pane.

Download the schedule template by clicking the "Download" icon in the right task pane. The template will download to your computer.

Open the downloaded schedule template. Add your details to the schedule. Save your changes by clicking the "Save" icon on the Quick Access toolbar. Print the schedule by clicking the "Print" icon on the Quick Access toolbar.

Google Documents

Access the Google Documents website (see "References" below) and type "Schedule" in the search window. Click "Search templates" to browse the available templates. Download the template that best suits your needs by clicking the "Use This Template" button. The template opens in Google Documents.

Add your details to the schedule by highlighting the default text and entering your schedule information into the template.

Save your changes by clicking the "Save" icon. Print the schedule by clicking the "Print" icon.

OpenOffice

Access the OpenOffice website (see "References" below) and type "Schedule" into the search window. Download the template that best suits your needs by clicking the "Use It" button. The template downloads to your computer.

Open the downloaded schedule template. Add your details to the schedule by highlighting the default text and entering your schedule information into the template.

Save your changes by clicking the "Save" icon. Print the schedule by clicking the "Print" icon.

About the Author

Emmanuelle Douglas has been an avid writer since 1990. Her first professional writing assignment was for "Oscar News," a local corporate Intranet website. She holds a Bachelor of Science in mathematical sciences from Clemson University.

More Articles