Creating a Low Content Planner Interior in PowerPoint

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Next up in the Publishing from Scratch series…watch me as I start to create the interior for my planner! 

You guys wanted to see me do it from scratch without using a template, so that’s what I’m doing. 

I’m working on the second part of creating my planner, where I add in a few more pages and finish it all up. That video will be added when it’s finished.

Enjoy and remember to let me know if you have any questions or want to see me do a particular part of the process!

Creating the Planner Interior Part 1

Creating the Planner Interior Part 2


Next Step - Creating a Low Content Planner Cover In PowerPoint

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8 comments for “Creating a Low Content Planner Interior in PowerPoint

  1. Regina
    July 5, 2019 at 9:09 pm

    Julie, this was super helpful! Thanks so much for doing this step by step in power point. 🙂

    • Julie
      July 18, 2019 at 11:26 am

      Hey, Regina!

      Glad it helps!

      ~ Julie

  2. Diane Phillips
    July 8, 2019 at 4:53 pm

    Wow! Amazing video. I don’t have PowerPoint, but this video makes me want t use it! I’m pretty sure I can do this on Google Slides and whatever the Mac version is. Thank you for this crazy valuable content.

    • Julie
      July 18, 2019 at 11:27 am

      Hey, Diane!

      You CAN do all of this in Google Slides! I’m hoping to do a video on it soon. The great thing is that this is really just document creation, so we can use ANY program we like that helps us accomplish this. Thanks for the compliment and the comment!

      ~ Julie

  3. Kelly
    July 26, 2019 at 10:48 am

    A very helpful tutorial. I’ve rewatched and it’s possible you covered this and I’m missing it, but how do you set up margins so that the gutter is wider on the left-hand side on the first page and then wider on the right-hand side on the next page, etc? It seems when I set up my margins that the gutter (wider margin) is only on the left-hand side which would work great if I only did one side printing, but as you show I plan to do two-side pages. On that second page, I’m having difficulty with the content running into what margin and seam of the book. I’m not sure if I’m explaining myself well. Does that make sense?

    • Julie
      July 30, 2019 at 9:41 am

      Yes, I get ya. ;o) But I don’t worry about my margins. I set up a 0.5″ margin all around using the grid lines (which I know I cover in some of my videos but I have no idea which ones! LOL) I never get caught for errors when I submit my books and they look great published.

      So even if you do 2-sided pages, when you set up that 1/2 inch margin all around, everything is matched up well, nothing looks off-center or gets cut off…I hope that helps some.

      ~ Julie

  4. September 10, 2019 at 2:25 pm

    I think I had seen this site before, but admittedly, had not given it the attention it deserves…until now.

    Wow.

    That, in one word, sums my first actual impression of you and this content.

    When I woke up this morning, I had very little knowledge on how to create great-looking interiors on PowerPoint. Now I feel knowledgeable enough to create interiors for books that will really help people.

    Thanks.

    • Julie
      September 23, 2019 at 4:37 pm

      Thanks, DK! Love your intention and hope you keep coming back for more info! :o)

      ~ Julie

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