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*MCasling
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Time logging

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11-26-2002 09:33 PM
I want to be able to log my time worked on each drawing to an external file.
Any suggestions for a good freeware, shareware or 'Walletware' add on for
Autocad 2002.

thanks in advance
*Marchetto, Eugene
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Re: Time logging

11-27-2002 12:35 AM in reply to: *MCasling
I developed a program for one of my clients in VB. They are a civil
engineering company that wanted to track all time spent on all drawings and
bill it to a project. When a drawing is created it askes to be associated
to a project. After that, it knows and keeps track of all time. It writes
out to a delimited ascii file. There may be things out there that are very
general that can suit your needs. If your interested, e-mail me at my
personal address and I will contact you. I can send you some info on that
and other projects that I developed.

Good Luck!

Gene Marchetto
Dreamcad@optonline.net mailto:smileyvery-happy:reamcad@optonline.net


"MCasling" wrote in message
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> I want to be able to log my time worked on each drawing to an external
file.
> Any suggestions for a good freeware, shareware or 'Walletware' add on for
> Autocad 2002.
>
> thanks in advance
>
>
*Mair, Barry
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Re: Time logging

11-27-2002 09:39 AM in reply to: *MCasling
Have a look at the site below:

The software is called "Clockwise Timesheet" and can be set up to log
software use and file use, which can then be assigned to projects, clients,
etc, etc. so AutoCAD drawings can be logged along with all spreadsheets,
word processing files.
A taskbar icon allows easy entry of other particulars noted to the log for
timesheet inclusion.
It logs files when open so the resulting "timesheet" includes redundant file
use which needs to be accounted for, but closing files while not in use does
become second nature.

www.spherical.com.au

It is $139.00 Australian
They have a 30 day free trial available.

Barry Mair.

"MCasling" wrote in message
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> I want to be able to log my time worked on each drawing to an external
file.
> Any suggestions for a good freeware, shareware or 'Walletware' add on for
> Autocad 2002.
>
> thanks in advance
>
>
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