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  • n. A document that allows for the recording of hours worked on various tasks that is used as input for payroll, project accounting or client billing processes.


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time +‎ sheet


  • This means that if I work for 8 minutes on a case, I round up to 15 minutes and write “.25” on my timesheet, which is the minimum billing increment for any entry.


  • Impresario Digital's On The Clock, would not be properly classified as timesheet applications.


  • Create a rule that will run an automator work flow when you send an email called timesheet-go.

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  • Used by professionals and project-oriented businesses worldwide to perform essential functions such as timesheet reporting and project management. - New Releases and Updates in All Categories

  • For a website redesign project I'm working on, I found it best to correlate one 'timesheet' to that unique project and client.

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  • If you're away from your computer but need to send that file, you could dive into Dropbox, rename "timesheet" to

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  • "timesheet" which has serveral properties using a data reader.

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  • Just have to worry about the timesheet now, but I can probably—

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  • On a related note, at work I keep a *. log file and then jot down what I'm working on so that it's easier to update my timesheet.

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  • To add insult to injury Julie said, “Candace, make sure you put down on your timesheet that you took a long lunch break to take care of your car problems.”

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