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Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Logging Time Using Timesheets

Not every minute of every day can be devoted to your project assignments. You know that you have to take time taken for nonproject tasks such as attending staff meetings and participating in training workshops. And then there are also vacations, holidays, and personal time off.

Project Web Access has a new method for tracking different categories of time—timesheets. With timesheets, you can log how you spend your time throughout the workday and the workweek, whether it’s on project tasks, nonproject working, or non-working time.

Such detailed tracking is important in organizations that have specific time reporting requirements, either for their own internal purposes or for working with their customers. For example, ...

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