Save to Microsoft Word
With this feature, you would be able to import your lesson plans into Microsoft Word this way you can adjust fonts for ones that fit your style. Also with this feature once it is imported into Word you can resize your font, this way you have a better opportunity to fit your week's worth of lessons on a 2 page spread. Currently when I print to PDF it is multiple pages. This is great for those you have to print their lessons and display on their desk for the week and for those who like to see lessons on paper.
To save your lessons to Microsoft Word, use the Print Icon, and then select Microsoft Word in the Send To field. You can save a Day, Week, Month, List, or individual lessons in Microsoft Word. Any questions, please let us know at email@example.com. Thanks!
Katelyn Robinson commented
Please please please add this feature ASAP. It will save me so much work!!!
Dennis Kaart commented
I concur. I would love to see this option.
I would love it if this feature were added!
Jayne Swisher commented
My principal said ALL lesson plans need to be on Word or Excel :(
Michele Cicman commented
Allow Copying the standards we use in a lesson onto a Word document so we can post standards in class/lesson.
Kristin Wallace commented
Hi - I see that this idea was shared 3 years ago. Has there been any discussion on this topic? This would be a great feature to include.
Cara Howe commented
This would be amazing and may fix a lot of the current print problems where plans print on multiple sheets.
Wouldn't this also allow for use offline too ? Work on the lessons in Micro. Word and be able to import when internet is available?
Cara Howe commented
It would be amazing if weekly plans/multiple classes could be imported/ exported to csv. This would save me so much time in my planning.
I would love to be able to save to Word. I LOVE fonts and would like to be able to use the ones that I like. Thanks for considering. Planbook is the best!
Being able to export to Word would be wonderful. I have to turn my plans in via OneDrive, so exporting to Word would make life much simpler. I would simply be able to export and then upload to OneDrive. Now I have to print them then scan them and then upload them.
James Volpe commented
I have requested this in the past. I would like to be able to add graphics to my plans in a Word Document. I think teachers would have more flexibility, plus we could have more options with colors of fonts. Planbook.com keeps getting better and better. I hope you will seriously consider this option. Thanks for an amazing tool for teachers. Kudos, to the staff at PP.Com
Megan Cramer commented
You can already adjust font sizes and styles to any font and size using html. I just learned about it and set it up for next year. I'm really excited about it! Check out the blog posts by LadyBugTeacherFiles :)
The 2-page spread printing I'm not sure about though. Maybe they can work on that part, because I'd like to see that, too.
Hope that helps a little bit! :)
Pamela Swan commented
I'd love to export to Word also. I could delete parts not necessary to print and then have it fit on a one page or two page layout. I could also save some themes by deleting the date and create my own "bank" of lesson plan themes on my computer.
This would be great to have this option that way I could adjust the size of the column to and maybe not print off so many pages.
Tine Willis commented
I would like an option to export to excel or word and also import.
Patrice Wiggins commented
I agree completely. If this program would allow cutting and pasting, even within its own program in multiple cells (such as Excel), it would make sending lesson plans to my principal SO much easier and contemporary.
In our school we need to post our target goals (standards) and I would like to copy the exact standards (with numbers) from the standards section to a word document that we use for reference. We are constantly creating our own word documents for planning purposes and would like to have the flexibility of going between planbook and our own documents. I agree with Sara on the formatting. I refer to my plans often and always print off a copy. My own formats fit everything into two pages. Planbook ends up with 4 or 5, even if I omit the standards.
I'd like to have the option of printing or exporting lessons to a Word Document in order to fine tune their appearance.