Free To Do List Template for Excel 2007 – 2016

Whether you have to plan an event or manage a project, a to-do list helps you set priorities and track your progress. By listing out all the necessary steps in one place, you can break down your goal in small, chunks and organize your time accordingly.

Download our amazing free to do list template to help you, your team, your family, and importantly your Business organization. This template is already set up for auto-filtering so that you can easily group the tasks by date, priority, status, etc. You can also use the auto-sort buttons to list the tasks in order by date, priority, etc. It is easy to print, so it’s nice for people who like to check off or scribble out some tasks by hand.

To Do List Template

Use for Excel, OpenOffice, and Google Sheets

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In this article, you’ll find how to use our free list templates in Excel. We’ll walk you through the steps to creating your own to-do list with checkboxes in Excel and the most common uses for a to-do list template. We’ve also provided our to-do list templates in Smartsheet, a spreadsheet-inspired work execution platform that makes managing to do lists more collaborative and real-time with Excel.

You can also use this to do list for a team project. For example, you can use the Owner column for assigning a specific person a task, and then email the spreadsheet, or use it collaboratively to keep track of your tasks and due dates.

 

Our printable To-Do List helps you to get organized. It is highly customizable and requires only basic spreadsheet knowledge to edit or customize. It can be adapted for your personal use or used collaboratively in any team environment.

How to use our amazing free to do list template fro excel?

Status: You can enter values such as “Completed” or “In Progress” or abbreviations that you define yourself. You might also use this column to enter the percentage complete such as “50%” or “75%.”

Priority: You might want to use a 3-, 5-, or 10-point numeric scale for this column, where 1 is the highest priority. Currently, the Priority column uses conditional formatting to highlight “High” red and “Low” blue.

Due Date: Enter values in date format. If the due date is earlier than today’s date, the conditional formatting condition will make the dated red and display a red dot icon. If the due date is today, a yellow warning icon is shown.

Owner: The person assigned to this task, or the person responsible for seeing that this task is completed.