Journal table of the Time Sheet

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In the Journal table you enter the daily data of the Time sheet, which can be modified and entered according to your own requirements.
Thanks to the rows and columns with totals, it allows for an instant overview of the situation.

The Journal table includes several columns to suit all needs. Depending on your needs, the columns of your choice can be displayed.

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Typology of rows, colors, and formats

When creating a new file, the rows of the Journal are generated automatically by the program. When using an existing template, they will already be predefined.

Daily rows

Daily rows are used for entering your data.

  • Normal rows - refer to rows for working hours.
  • Rows in red - refer to official holidays
  • Rows in blue - refer to non working days.
  • Rows high-lighted in yellow - refer to the current date.

Multiple rows for a day

By duplicating the day row, you can enter additional information about the same day, such as timetables by project, annotations, or other.
To differentiate between the following rows, the Day description is slightly indented.

Carried forward, Start, Total and Balance rows

The Carried forward, Start, Total and Progressive row are indicated in bold character.

  • The Carried forward row will automatically display holidays and hours belonging to the previous year, that were entered via File property > Start.
  • The Start rows refer to the start of the year and month.  Enter the initial values for holidays and hours.
  • The Total rows refer to the end of the year and month. The total of columns are automatically reported and totaled here.
  • The Balance rows are automatically calculated by the program and will the progressive value of the columns that contain data.

Journal table view

The Journal table is created with a series of columns that will cover the major part of your requirements.
Predefined columns are displayed, depending on the view you select:

  • Base - displays the main principal columns.
  • Minimal - displays the columns to enter your data.
  • Complete - displays all available columns of the Journal.


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