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Cratchit.orgTimeTool 0.5

An event planning and time manager.


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  • Last Updated: Oct 24, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Cratchit.orgTimeTool is a Desktop Utilities software developed by David F. Leigh. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Cratchit.orgTimeTool:

BSEditor: TimeTool for Windows is a simple tool I use to keep track of the projects on which I work. Basically, it amounts to a TimeClock. It's not fancy or complicated, but it does the job for me.
As with its older cousin, the DOS Timetool, the best way to learn about this software is to download it and try it out. Every command is clearly shown on the toolbar, and there's a bit of documentation with it. There are a few nice features about the program that distinguish it from any other program of this type I've ever seen:

It "works" even when it's turned off. I don't keep this running all the time, but it's on my Quick Launch bar. I click on the exit button after I've started the clock on any particular task. This saves the current state of the program, and when you start it up again it displays the accrued time as if it were never turned off. This allows me to carry it around on a floppy disk or a memory stick and use it whether I'm at my desk, at home, or in the computer lab. Used in this way, TimeTool uses no resources whatsoever unless you're interacting with it.
You don't have to stop a task to start another one. TimeTool only accrues time to one project at a time, so starting a task automatically ends the last task.
It allows multiple tasks with the same project number. I use this to track sub-tasks of a single project. I then roll these together in my Spreadsheet when I'm calculating my time per client.
You can export to a comma separated variable file. For convenience, DOS Timetool suggests a Default filename; the the date + ".csv", in the format "ccyymmdd.CSV". This can be imported to most spreadsheets and databases, and is Readable by any text editor. Using this feature, if I need to leave work in a hurry, I can press "X" and catch up on my timesheet the next day. If you're industrious you could use it to gather timesheets from team members.
I dislike dialogs, so they're used here sparingly, and not at all for data entry.
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