Weekly Timesheet Template in Excel

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How to create a Weekly Timesheet in Excel? The best way is by downloading this sample Weekly Timesheet in Excel directly!

This Weekly Timesheet is a specific Excel spreadsheet in tabular form and designed to organize information and perform calculations for the time spent on activities. It's not a matter of being a beginner or professional, from all over the world, are now using timesheet spreadsheets to create tables, calculations, comparisons, overviews, etc for any personal or business need.

The following items are included in this timesheet:
  • Date
  • Description
  • Time Start
  • Time Stop
  • Time Spent
  • Total Time
  • Comments

This useful timesheet records the daily and weekly working hours of the employees in Excel will make the task a little easier and can be used for organization, analysis, accounting in order to increase your department or companies productivity. This Timesheet is useful because it also has the basic formula’s included. 

Download this Timesheet directly to your computer, open it, modify it or print it directly. You'll see it is a great way to increase your productivity! If time and quality are of the essence, this worksheet can certainly help you out! 



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