Tips for Creating 52 Weeks of Employee Time Cards in Excel

Insert & Copy Worksheets

Insert & Copy Worksheets

We are now winding down the end of the year 2011. Several of my viewers and clients have asked my for help in creating one Excel Workbook that will contain 52 weeks of employee time card information:

  • Name and Department of Employee
  • Hours Worked each day of the week – Regular and Overtime
  • Number of Holiday / Sick Days that were used / that remain, etc.

First Tutorial in this Series

Rather than trying to create each individual – and some are very specific – request, I have decided to combine multiple requests into a series of Best Practice Tips for my general audience to consider.

In this lesson, I demonstrate:

  • Two methods for adding new blank worksheets to the Excel workbook
  • Two Methods for inserting an exact copy of an existing – and formatted – worksheet
  • My favorite tip – Fill Across Worksheets – either the formatting only, the contents only or the default setting – both formatting and contents.

Links to Additional Tutorials in this Series

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