Tech Thursday | Everyday SnapshotsSo, you have downloaded your free Plan Your Year homeschool planner pages and you are intrigued by the idea of adding text to the documents and printing them out, right? But maybe you aren’t quite sure how you can do that.

I want it to be incredibly easy for you to use these planning pages exactly how you want to use them, so I recorded a little video to walk you through the process of downloading, printing, editing, and saving the files.

One thing you will need in order to add text to the files is Adobe Reader. If this free program is not already on your computer, you can download a copy at Adobe by clicking here.

Another thing to note for Mac users is that your default program for viewing PDFs is usually set to the Preview program. While you can view and print the files using Preview, you will not be able to add text to them unless you are using Adobe Reader.

Let me know if you have any questions at all and I apologize for my raspy voice. I am just getting over a cold and of course had to do multiple takes to get this right. 😉

If you can’t see the video below, you can find it here on YouTube: Homeschool Planner Tutorial.

Pam Barnhill

Pam Barnhill

Pam is the author of The Your Morning Basket Guide and Plan Your Year: Homeschool Planning for Purpose and Peace. She also is the host of three popular  podcasts -- The Homeschool Snapshots Podcast, Your Morning Basket, and The Homeschool Solutions Show. She lives in the Deep South with her husband and three kids, where she is the go-to lady for great curriculum recommendations or a just a pep talk on a rough day.

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