For example, you can use the computer to create a very neat time-table using Microsoft Excel or a presentation sheet with your name, phone number, address. If you have enough time and patience, you can print the number of the day/week/month (according to a calendar) to the top of the page. You can put a favourites page, a top-10 page of everything, a table with your tests and exams results, etc.
• • • • • When it comes to writing a daily journal, Microsoft Word 2013 is a good choice. Once you set up the page layout as you want it, just insert the date and begin writing about whatever is on your mind. If you're looking for something with more functionality, give Microsoft OneNote a try.
Unlike Word, OneNote is designed as a notebook, rather than single documents. OneNote automatically adds a date and time to each new entry and gives you the ability to organize a journal in different sections. Video of the Day.