At-A-Glance Five-Year Long-Range Monthly Planner

Monthly - 9" x 11" - 2018-2022 - Synthetic Leather Cover - Black

Reg. Price $89.99

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Get a clear view of the future with this Five-Year Monthly Planner that delivers monthly scheduling for five years (2018-2022) all in one convenient planner. Plan up to five years in advance with yearly tab dividers and five full years of monthly pages. Two-page-per month spreads include unruled daily blocks for writing appointment information, Sunday-through-Saturday scheduling, and past, current and four future months for reference. The current reference month is boxed for quick identification. Planner has a 22 multi-ring wirebound cover made of simulated leather.

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Time Period
5 Years

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    What years are covered in this 5 year calendar?
    Asked on 8/7/2016 by none from florida and illinois

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      It covers from 2017-2021.

      Answered on 8/8/2016 by Terry from LDStaff
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    What years does this 5 year planner cover?
    Asked on 6/27/2016 by beverly from United States

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      This planner covers the years 2017-2021.

      Answered on 7/1/2016 by Sophia from LD Staff
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Watch when you buy

By mlcraig

from Kinston,NC

Verified Reviewer

Comments about At-A-Glance Five-Year Long-Range Monthly Planner:

I ordered this based on the answers to questions on the website. This calendar is from 2018-2022. I called about the mistake and was told they would send out the 2017 inserts to cover this year as advertised. Waited 3 weeks, call back and was told there were not 2017 to send out. They have since changed the website but did not change the answers to the questions on the web.


Fast Fast Fast

By jumpboot

from Georgia

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Comments about At-A-Glance Five-Year Long-Range Monthly Planner:

I can plan 5 years ahead and have a record of past years, this is very helpful. A friend in the Philippines recommended I go here for ink because hp ink was making me cry at the price, ld products guarantee there ink, because hp is always messing with the ink chips and printer updates, that's why if you get a ink cartage and it does not work you mail it back in and they will send replacement.

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Great as delivered; too much packaging

By Shawn

from Los Angeles, CA

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Comments about At-A-Glance Five-Year Long-Range Monthly Planner:

The planner was exactly as described and will be perfect for my physical back-up to my attorney calendar. However, the item came in a ridiculous amount of packaging. I would have preferred, for the environment's sake a little less plastic and cardboard,

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