The Excel spreadsheets are good for maintaining digital copies that can be e-mailed around and printed out. The cells are large enough to type in, and when printed they will show gridlines separating the rows and columns.
The PDF files are good for when you need to have people fill out a physical sheet at meetings. There are fewer rows per page to accomodate for some people’s large handwriting. Rows are shown in alternating white and light grey so that it’s easy to keep your place as you move horizontally across the sheet of paper.
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This version of the telephone list would be good for a team, parent-teacher association or any other school-related activity. Along with the home/work/cell phone and e-mail fields, it has a space to write in both the parent’s name and the child’s name.
Parent telephone list template in Excel format. Here’s a preview screenshot:
Parent telephone list template in PDF format. Here’s what it looks like:
This version of the telephone list is suited for an office setting. It has fields for Name, Position/Department, Desk Phone, Cell Phone and E-mail Address. I left out the hand-written printable version from this one because you can probably get this information quicker and easier via e-mail than by calling a meeting and having people write stuff down.
Office telephone list in Excel format. Here is a screenshot:
This final version of the telephone list template is a generic form that can be used by virtually any organization. It has no specialized fields, just name, phone and e-mail.
Organization phone list in Excel format. Here is a screenshot:
Organization phone list in PDF format. Here’s a screenshot: