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help w/ fine tuning

Postby Mike » Fri, 21 Oct 2005 04:33:45 GMT

here is what i have done so far. what i need to do is enter by tech. and
have a full summary of totals. we need individual totals and cumulative
total to track individual and office productivity.


Re: help w/ fine tuning

Postby flyfishonly » Fri, 21 Oct 2005 04:58:11 GMT

My attachment didnt go thru

Job#   Customer    Price  Tech. Reg hrs   OT Hrs
1        jim        $200   Mike    5.8      1

Total:       Invoiced:
             Billable Hrs:
             billed / total hrs. available(%)

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