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"Time Stamp" work time versus elapsed time--help!
Thread poster: Patricia Rosas

Patricia Rosas  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 16:03
Spanish to English
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Apr 25, 2007

I'm using Time Stamp version 3.21.2006-0906.

Looking at a time card that had one entry, I suddenly spotted a terrible problem.

I worked for 29 minutes, and it shows 29 minutes ELAPSED and 1 hour WORKED. Where did that 1 hour come from??

The only total generated is for the "WORKED" column (which is automatically multiplied by the hourly rate).

So the sheets are worthless unless I add the ELAPSED TIME by hand.

Can someone explain this? Have I toggled a setting that I shouldn't have? Thanks!


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Patricia Rosas  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 16:03
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I found a work around... Apr 25, 2007

I dumped everything into an Excel spreadsheet, now it makes more sense and is usable. If I knew how to hit the delete button for this thread, I'd close it down ...

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Vito Smolej
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if you close and open... Apr 26, 2007

the time stamp, it (eventually) is OK. There's a refresh or recalculate button somewhere too...


smo


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Patricia Rosas  Identity Verified
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thank you, Vito! Apr 27, 2007

Vito Smolej wrote:

the time stamp, it (eventually) is OK. There's a refresh or recalculate button somewhere too...


smo


I haven't tried it yet (I've rushed on to other work), but the next time I use Time Stamp, I'll try that!


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