Tour Stop #6 - Customize the TimeTable appearance by sizing column widths, hiding columns, or changing column headers
Size Column Widths
The width of the columns in the TimeTable can be changed by dragging the size line between the column headers. Specifying column widths is similar to sizing columns in a spreadsheet or Windows Explorer. TimeSlice will remember the widths of the columns you set on each document file for the next time you open the file.
Column Settings Preferences
TimeSlice has the option to hide a column from view in the TimeTable of the TimeSlice Windows. You also have the option to change the name at the top of the column, and specify the alignment of the column header and column data text. The new column header name will be displayed in the TimeTable on the TimeSlice main window, the column header of a printed report and the header row of an exported file.
You may want to customize the column header for your business. Lets say you are a software development group and do not necessarily have a client but want to instead keep track of the employees time rows. You may want to change "client" to "employee" in the Column Header Text. Then when you export the time data from your group of employees and import them all into one spreadsheet or database, each row will be associated with an employee.
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