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Printable Password Organizer

By Erin Huffstetler | 01/03/2018 | 5 Comments
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Going crazy trying to keep up with the passwords for a million and one different websites and apps? Use my free, printable password organizer to get a handle on things.

Printable Password Organizer

It has room to record all the important details – usernames, passwords, account numbers, email addresses – all that junk that you’re tired of storing in your head.

And unlike a store-bought password notebook, it’s easy to expand. Out of spots in the “S” section? Just print more pages, and add them.

How to Assemble Your Password Organizer

Use an 8.5″ x 5.5″ mini binder to hold your password organizer, or add it to the back of your weekly planner. You can even print my weekly planner, and use the two together.

Just set your printer to print double-sided pages, and check the box next to “flip on the short side.” Then, print a test page to make sure everything looks right.

Print Password Organizer

Many web browsers have their own built-in PDF viewers, but they tend to be buggy. If you’re having trouble printing or editing one of our printables, click here for help.

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Comments

  1. I put my passwords in a mini rolodex card file – that way it can always be alphabetical, easily changed, and have no extra cards in each letter section. It is small enough that I can put it into the back of my locking file cabinet if I need to. I labeled it “Birthdays and Anniversaries” and decorated it with a bit of birthday washi tape to throw curious eyes, although it lives in my bedroom and people don’t generally pass through there. It took me a while to put that together, but I’m very happy with it. I keep trying to get other people (like my 90YO grandmother) to do this, both for their benefit and also this would help if someone has to step in and help you out for some reason (paying bills, etc). Obviously, implicit trust would be required. The card file must be kept safe, of course.

  2. Is there a way to add more than 20. items to the Bill Pay Checklist Form? I’ve tried but cant seem to get it to do anything???

    • Hi Patti,

      It’s not currently set up to allow you to do that. One option would be to fill out the form with your first 20; then, print it; and fill out a second form. I may look into changing that in the future.

  3. I want to print more of the password keepers that are the red, blue, and yellow. I used the ones that I printed so I can not copy them. Your site will not give me a copy. Can you help?

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