A trading journal is unique for every trader. There is no one size fit all. Instead of begging others for theirs, why not actually make one yourself. a) You'll be familiar with it b) You can customize it anyway you'd like.
If you're that lazy, just go Google, and you'll find a couple that you can buy, and they'll be more comprehensive than anything... And you won't understand 60% of their calculations and what they actually mean.
Or since this is a "help each other site", why don't you show us how you set-up your trading journal using excel. It could be a daily or weekly series. You could give you perspective on what has worked for you and why. It would be very helpful and you would be helping others. It would be very cool!
I would have learned how to set-up an excel spread sheet. Is that not the point of this forum and post? Isn't that what Pips school does? Teach by example. If you can't maybe some else would like to share their knowledge with newer traders. I definitely do not agree with just downloading a excel template as then I would have learned nothing.
I'm not saying that an Excel spreadsheet is going to have some magical effect on your trading, but keeping good records could. And the sheet that I use means that I can keep track of my results - see what's working and what isn't.
Excel is awesome! I use it as a journal for my trades and also my back test results and analysis similar to kwyjibo above. There aren't really many functions you use, just a matter of using normal mathematical functions and if statements really, well that is mostly how I use it.
I downloaded one for free from the Trader's Bulletin website. It's a pretty basic Excel spreadsheet, but does the job - it's quite a good starting place, and I've added some extras as I've needed them.
If you dont mind can you share us any such excel files. Most of the time I am busy with risk management, i.e finding correct RRR and analyzing charts. If you share such excel files I can share it my traders community.