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kmlim
22-12-2006, 05:23 PM
I am looking for the type with come in form of a A4 book and monthly page layout. I don't mind to pay for it.

alexhay
22-12-2006, 05:27 PM
yes..it sold in bookstores....i think is about rm10 ~ 20.... but i got mine free :D :D :D

ahtal68
22-12-2006, 08:13 PM
If have an insurance agent, you can get one from them , I get mine every year for free :)

fRaNkY
26-12-2006, 11:51 AM
You can also click on your Microsoft Outlook (mail software) and print the Calender by Month or Week or Day :)

munity
26-12-2006, 11:32 PM
Or you can take mine (from my insurance agent every year) but you have to bear looking at their mug printed on it.

starrnorth
27-12-2006, 03:41 AM
I am looking for the type with come in form of a A4 book and monthly page layout. I don't mind to pay for it.

go to popular book store - they have plenty of it

or you just take exercise book, draw out the lines and write in the dates and day yourself.

Sugarfree
27-12-2006, 09:29 AM
...or you just take exercise book, draw out the lines and write in the dates and day yourself.
DIY, eh? Always works for me, unless I'm in a hurry. :)

mykern
27-12-2006, 10:17 AM
Say .. how come no one scours the net to get those printable options? :)

munity
27-12-2006, 11:09 AM
or after playing mahjong, use the mahjong papers to make a big calendar and paste it in the living room.

starrnorth
28-12-2006, 04:37 AM
actually eh, all those diaries for sale, or given by companies, are inefficient. Most of the space taken up by either company advertiseenet or pictures or fancy lettering.

That is why, serious, yes, it is true, I make my own diary. Just print it out froom computer and let the stationery shop wire-bind it. All I want is day, date, month, and lines to write on. Nothing fancy.

munity
28-12-2006, 11:22 AM
Yup. I used to do it with Printshop when I was small.
Can even design picture with different occassions and print it out using my dot matrix.

hhtee
29-12-2006, 05:33 PM
I have one! It costs RM 2288! It's called the HP IPAQ 6828.

Haha....

Of course you have to print the data in A4 later.

Ok, jokes aside,
Why is it so difficult to find a planner? Just go to book shops like MPH, or Popular. Go to anyone of them. If they don't have it, ask them for the list of phone numbers of other branches of their bookshop. Phone them up. Ask them to reserve for you. I am sure at least one branch of bookshop should have it.

Worse come to worse, Email the book shop! They will reply you. Just tell them you were looking for a planner in the bookshop in location XXX but you didn't manage to find it. I emailed popular bookshop once. They replied and they asked me to go back to the bookshop nearest to my workplace to get the item I requested for.

hhtee
29-12-2006, 05:35 PM
Yup. I used to do it with Printshop when I was small.
Can even design picture with different occassions and print it out using my dot matrix.
Print shop ?

Dot Matrix ?

When you were small ?

You must be around 30 to 40 years old :)

hhtee
29-12-2006, 05:38 PM
actually eh, all those diaries for sale, or given by companies, are inefficient. Most of the space taken up by either company advertiseenet or pictures or fancy lettering.

That is why, serious, yes, it is true, I make my own diary. Just print it out froom computer and let the stationery shop wire-bind it. All I want is day, date, month, and lines to write on. Nothing fancy.

I feel digital pocket pc is more efficient. Imagine you have written something on your diary and you have some major changes!!! you either have to erase it or blank-O it with liquid paper.

but then again, I am not too comfortable with pocket pc cause when you run out of battery, haha..... that's the end of my diary.
so I basically keep two!!!

one pocket pc and one diary

munity
29-12-2006, 11:17 PM
Print shop ?
Dot Matrix ?
When you were small ?
You must be around 30 to 40 years old :)
Nahhh...I'm not that aged.
Btw, Dopod 577W as advertised by Intech (28/12/06) and StarTwo (29/12/06) is kinda cool smartphone.
But I have one and I just unable to appreciate its function fully.
Of course, one can use the planner inside.

kmlim
30-12-2006, 01:26 PM
I feel digital pocket pc is more efficient. Imagine you have written something on your diary and you have some major changes!!! you either have to erase it or blank-O it with liquid paper.

but then again, I am not too comfortable with pocket pc cause when you run out of battery, haha..... that's the end of my diary.
so I basically keep two!!!

one pocket pc and one diary

I have a Pocket pc too but I find planner easier to write.

isarahim
30-12-2006, 10:40 PM
Personally, I think the Symbian Agenda is far more user friendly. The versions in SE P900/910/990 and Nokia 9300/9500/7710 are the best.

The Series 60 phones have lots of features disabled so they're about the same as WinMobile/PocketPC.

yvonnefoong
31-12-2006, 04:02 PM
Strange thing. Despite the electronics era, I can't get used to using e-organisers and calendars online, offline, or mobile. For me, old school is still the best. Takes some discipline to keep one though. For next year I have already prepared a journal and hope to stick to it. :P