How To Organize Your Computer Desktop Free

Business Mindset for Women: get organized with this custom, computer desktop layout. It is totally fun to make, fast to design and absolutely free! Today’s Business Organizational Tip is how to organize your much used and probably cluttered desktop by making your own desktop layout.

Does your work or home computer desktop start to look like a jumble of files, saved pages, images and screen clips? If so, this super fun, fast and free easy to customize tutorial I found at I Heart Planners will definitely make your life a little cleaner and classier. I was able to make mine in 6 minutes and then I decided to make one on my husband’s computer as well. Then, I decided that I liked my the layout I did for my husband’s more and went back and re-made mine. So much fun! Check it out below.

Crete A Free Organized Computer Desktop That Works by Sasha Reinke www.vipdiddly.com

My new desktop layout!

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This is the one I did for my husband and his business computer …

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The program allows you to make all of the space boxes, titles, and embellishments. In order to add my logo and my husbands logo I did use Adobe Fireworks, which we already owned. For those of you who already have the same program I opened the PicMonkey download into a new project. Then I uploaded my finished logo as a ping and went to Modify –> Transform –> Free Transform and adjusted the size and location. In order to put photo’s onto the page I also imported the image and did the same adjustment process. If you might makes changes be sure to save your file in both jpg and png. Then to make your file the background and fill your desktop you can either right click on the image and you should see the option on the bottom of the menu that says “Make Background Image.”

If you do not own Adobe Fireworks, then you can design your layout using the assortment of free PicMonkey’s images and designs.To get to their vast array of embellishments click on the butterfly image on the left side of the tool bar and it will bring up different categories you can select from.

Follow the full video tutorial here from I Heart Planners for your compete HOW-TO!

I heart Planners Desktop How-to Video