How to add overtime to an existing schedule

In my project schedule, it is based on an 8 hour day.

I want to base it on overtime, perhaps up to 9-10 hours a day, and also on working on Sundays.

Right now it is only monday through friday.

How can I add it on demand, instead of on default?

thanks!
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dbase118Commented:
BobCSD,
You  can change the Standard project schedule or the schedule of individual resources by going through TOOLS menu to CHANGE  WORKING TIME.

To update the calendar go to the Work Weeks Tab and double click the default in row 1. You can now fill in default work hours for every day of the week. Standard Project is 8-12 and 1-5 M-F. But you can fill in those times for Sunday and/or change the end time or start time to reflect the actual hours you want people to work.

If the calendar only applies to specific resources then after you create the resource you can go to the same box and define a calendar just for that resource in the same manner. The names of your resources will be in the drop down list of calendars.
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dbase118Commented:
Resource sheet also allows for the addition of an overtime rate which applies to any hours worked outside of whatever standard calendar you set up if the cost of overtime is a concern.
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