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Hello Experts -

    I'm curious, does anyone have a spreadsheet already that they could share or a suggestion for format that I can use to track hours worked for each project I'm working with.  I'd like track my efforts by hour in each project or task for each week of the the month.   The nicer the format the better.  

      Task                Jan Week 1     Jan Week 2      Jan Week 3   Jan Week 4   Feb Week 1

Project Task 1              2

Project Task 2              4
 
Project Task 3              5
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Ned Ramsay earned 2000 total points
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Open excel.
Click New
In the "Search Office.com for Templates" box type "Timecard" and press enter.
I use the "Weekly Time Sheet By Client and Project"

Hope that helps.
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Did you find a suitable template?
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Thank you!
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