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HoursClocked Time clock hours converter and calculator. Data can
be 24 or 12 hour formats. Both daily and weekly overtime limits can be set.
High and low warning levels can be set for each clock in/out period. Input
times can be set to either hours and minutes or decimal hours. Daily and
weekly regular and overtime hours are displayed as data is entered. Three
weeks of data entry. Prints employee name, dates, data entered and calculated
results. Outputs date, filtered history in pdf, xls and csv If a warning
level is violated, the time period is painted yellow is included in the
totals. If an unacceptable time period is entered, the period is painted
red and is NOT included in the totals. WARNING: It is important to have
the latest version of HoursClocked installed before using the codes that
will be sent to you after your purchase is approved.
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HoursClocked Key Feature:
HoursClocked will NOT currently work properly on systems using two
monitors and/or two graphics cards.
HoursClocked Related Software:
The HoursClocked™ program is a handy tool for determining hours worked
from time card data. An operating description follows:
- Data is manually entered from a printed time card in any of the following
- 12 Hour clock in hours and minutes.
- 12 Hour clock in hours and decimal fractions of hours.
- 24 Hour clock in hours and minutes.
- 24 Hour clock in hours and decimal fractions of hours.
- The "First Day" of the work week is selectable. Set it to any of the
days of the week, Sunday through Saturday.
- Up to three weeks of input are available to handle weekly, bi-weekly
and semi-monthly payrolls.
- Printing is managed by opening the time card image in the free Adobe
Reader Your system must have the Reader to manage printing.
- A selectable employee list is generated at time cards are printed.
- Overtime options are:
- A daily overtime threshold may be set. For example, any time clocked past 8 hours would be overtime.
- A weekly overtime threshold may be set. For example, any time clocked past 40 hours would be overtime.
- If neither daily or weekly overtime is selected, all hours are displayed as regular.
- If both daily and weekly overtime is selected, the maximum overtime of the two options is displayed.
- As data is entered:
- Both the daily and total hours are presented in both regular and overtime and is presented in hours and decimal fractions of hours.
- Non numeric characters are automatically rejected.
- If an entry is an invalid time, the field is immediately painted red and the period in question is not included in the results..
- If a period clocked is abnormally low or high, the field is immediately painted yellow to flag a possible error. The period is, however, included in the results. The low and high thresholds may be set by the user.
- Either the Tab or the Enter key moves the cursor to the next time box.