Make your own color themed weekly schedule printable using PowerPoint in a few minutes. Follow this tutorial as a guide to make your own design. Let’s get started.
Open a blank PowerPoint presentation, click on layout and choose blank. Click the design tab, then slide size, choose custom size, change the size to 8.5 width and 11 height. Click ensure fit.
Insert a 1×7 table, change the fill of the whole table to white in the design tab and for the the border, change the border color to grey and click inside border and bottom border. In the layout tab change the height of the table to 2.49 and width to 4.02.
Hold shift + Ctrl and drag down to copy the table just made. Leave the same gap between the 2 tables like the gap between the table lines. Select top border for the table you just copied. Copy a 3rd table the same way as before. Select top border.
Insert a text box. Type in the name of the day you would like your schedule to start with. The font i used is Baskerville old size 16. Click on the format tab and change the shape fill to white. Change the color of the font to whichever color you prefer.
Move the font to the left edge into the middle of the top line so that the white of the text box fill covers a bit of the line.
Copy the text box and drag to the middle of every third line until you have 7 text boxes with 2 line gaps. Edit the text boxes to the different days of the week.
You should be left with 2 extra lines. Highlight the 2 bottom lines, right click and delete bottom rows.
Select all the elements and position to the left. Copy one of the tables and drag to the right. Change the height to 3.26 and width to 4.02.
Position the table to the bottom and line it up with the last table on the left. Click on the design tab, change the pen style to dots, change the pen weight to 2 1/4 and choose your theme color for the pen color. Click on border and choose outside border.
Go to the insert tab and insert a half frame shape. Adjust the thickness of the frame by moving the yellow dots.
Change the height of the shape to 0.65 and the width to 0.49. Drag your shape to the top left corner of the table you just created and position it to fit the corner.
Copy and drag the shape to the right corner, click on format tab and rotate horizontal. Position the to fit the corner. Repeat this for the remaining 2 corners.
Copy and drag one of the text boxes, type in notes, and change the font color to black. Drag the text box to the left side and position it in the middle of the top line.
Insert a rectangle shape, change the height to 3.66 and the width to 4.01. Position the shape to line up with the top line on the left. Change the fill of the shape to no fill and change the shape outline color to grey.
Copy the previous text box and drag to the center of the border. The text box should be in the middle of the border line. Center the text. Change the text to reminders.
To make the habit tracker, start by inserting a 7×5 table. Change the height to 1.95 and the width to 2.3. Select the whole table and change the fill to white and click on all borders.
Type in the first letter of each day into the first rows in each column. Change the font to Baskerville Old and size 14.
Click on the insert tab and insert a oval shape. Change the height and width to 0.2 and select no fill and your theme color for the shape outline.
Position the shape into the center of the first row in the first column. Copy the shape to the rest of the columns filling up the rows. Copy the shapes until all rows and columns have been filled. Select the table only and change border to no border.
Insert a 1×4 table and change the fill to no fill. Change the penstyle to line, and pen color to grey. Choose inside borders and bottom border.
Change the height to 1.56 and the width to 2.3. Position the table next to the previous table so that the lines line up next to the oval shapes
Insert a rectangle shape, change the fill to no fill and shape outline to your theme color. Change the height to 2.2 and the width to 4.8.
Right click on the shape and click format shape. Select line then in compound type choose the double line. Change the line width to 4 pt. Adjust the shape so that it is centered around the tables.
For the calender, insert a 7×6 table, change the height to 1.79 and the width to 2.96. Change the shape fill to white and select all borders.
Type in the first letters of all the days into the first row. Change the font to Baskerville Old and size to 16 and the color to black. Enter the dates and change the font to Calibri Body and size 11.
Select the table and choose no border. Adjust the table so that it lines up with the elements on the left.
Insert a text box and type in the month you would like. Change the font to Freestyle Script and size to 28. Postition the text box to the top center of the calender.
For the final element of the printable, copy the previous text box, change the size to 48, change the text to your heading and center in the middle at the top of your page. Insert a line shape align and change the color to grey and align it next to the text box.
That’s it, you now have a completed weekly schedule template. You can swop the sections around like I did or insert or delete according to your preference.
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