I want to use the attached Excel template for time tracking. However I would like to add multiple rows for each day of the week - for example 3 rows for Monday, etc. so that I can list more than one project on a particular day.
I am new to Excel and the rows seem like they have functions in them so I don't know a good way to duplicate rows so that they preserve the calculations.
For example, on Tuesday, I would like to be able to show work on 3 different projects. Can I do that with the way the spreadsheet is set up now, or do I need to add rows?
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