It pays to plan ahead – holidays, work, kids off school, bills(!).

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I have made the following year planner for 2010 – it’s saved in PDF format and will download really quickly as it is only a small file. It’s a handy A4 2010 calendar – printed landscape for optimum clarity.

Free year planner for 2010 - A4 size

Free year planner for 2010 - A4 size

It’s really simple to use – just print off as many copies as you need – it fits snuggly on an A4 sheet of paper.

Feel free to share the year planner with your friends, family and colleagues.

Download your free 2010 yearplanner now.

Download free year planner 2010

Update – A3 version released

I have now developed an A3 (double the size of A4) version which is more appropriate for displaying on a wall – don’t worry about having an A3 printer – this version prints out on 2 A4 sheets and you can simply glue or sellotape the two sheets together.

Click here to Download 2010 Year Planner – A3 version

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7 Thoughts on “Download Free Year Planner for 2010

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  3. stuart on 09/12/2009 at 12:53 pm said:

    great! Just one error….there is a grey blob between Sept 12th and Oct 10th, just needs a little tweak. cheers! 🙂

  4. Thanks for noticing the blob – now amended!


  5. john on 03/02/2010 at 1:55 pm said:

    I looked at several (free) year planners and yours is definitely the clearest and neatest, without any pre-printed clutter on the days . . . but never mind the grey blob, how about a heading for April? 🙂 I’m about to print another copy for birthdays etc so maybe it’s been put in by now. Do you do one that’s not year specific? I.e. doesn’t show days or weekends, just dates 1-31 etc that will work for every year, for recurring events like anniversaries?

  6. john on 03/02/2010 at 2:04 pm said:

    Re my comment of a few minutes ago – April is there on the one I’ve just printed, so all’s well, no need to check it out! Don’t Know what happened on my original print, there was just a gap at the top. Many thanks, John.

  7. Hi John,

    Thanks for the positive feedback – I’ll see if I can make a “timeless” version and email it over to you.



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