Calendars are great, but sometimes it’s nice to just have a schedule in your pocket or one to post for the babysitter. Microsoft Office Excel 2007 has some templates that make creating a printed schedule super simple to do—just download the template, fill in some blanks, and then head out the door. By the way, these are also great for planning meetings—you can impress the boss with your uber-organizational skills by tossing one of these on her desk.
To create a schedule with Excel, follow these steps:
Open a new document in Excel 2007.
In Help, type schedule, as shown in Figure 15-3.
Figure 15-3. A ...