It shows three full weeks of seven days and you can set the first day of the week to any of the seven days. You can size the screen, move it around and scroll it. When you shut it down, it remembers where you had it on your desktop and how big it was. No need to redo all that.

For each day, time can be entered as “regular”, “vacation”, “sick” or “other”. Regular time is divided between straight time and overtime as per your setting. The others are noted for your records. All time is always converted to decimal hours no matter what format you choose for data entry.

When all the data is entered, you have a variety of presentation choices:

  • Each time card data can be presented and printed by Adobe’s free Reader.

NOTE that the new version of Adobe Reader (version 8) creates printing problems with Hours Clocked.

The totals are at the bottom of the report. Each time a card is printed, the data is saved both for reloading into the time card data entry screen and for the reports below:

  • Summary reports:
    • Another Adobe style report but this one presents all of the employees with clock data over some selected date range.
    • If you have Microsoft’s Excel installed, you will be able to see the report in a spreadsheet format with all the ability that Excel offers to analyze the data:

    • Finally, the same data can be save in a comma-separated-value (csv) format. This format can be opened by most other spreadsheet programs or in any word processor.

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