Guide for Time and Expense Entry
3.5 - Timesheet Detail Screen

Your timesheet detail screen allows you to review the contents of a time sheet. The screen is reached through your timesheet list by clicking the "Details" toolbar button, with the detail screen then showing the contents of the timesheet which was selected from the list.

As with the timesheet entry screen, time entries which have comments attached to them will be indicated with a light green shading of the corresponding data field.

timesheet detail screen

The buttons and fields provided on this screen are nearly identical to those on the timesheet entry screen, with the differences being in the screen toolbar, which contains the buttons:


Exits the screen and returns you to the main menu screen.


Exits the screen and returns you to the screen from which the timesheet detail was opened.

Get Printable

Creates a print-ready timesheet in a separate web page or in Microsoft Excel (as set in your system settings).

Get Comments

Creates a print-ready comments report in a separate web page or in Microsoft Excel (as set in your system settings).

Edit Timesheet /

If enabled, transitions your timesheet into editable mode, allowing you to make changes and save your record.

Week Ending

Displays (in the screen's toolbar area) the week ending date corresponding to the currently displayed timesheet.


Opens a new web page displaying help for your current screen.

If the displayed timesheet is not approved and locked from editing, the "Edit Timesheet" button can be clicked to transition the record to editable mode. For example, clicking the edit button on the timesheet shown above would transition it to this editable record:

timesheet detail screen shifted to editable

As with your weekly timesheet, you can change the edited time sheet's contents and save it to record your adjustments.

If a project, activity or task shown in the timesheet has been inactivated by an administrator, that billing code will still be displayed in your timesheet detail screen. When shifted to editable mode, that project, activity or task will only be available for viewing in the timesheet row for which it appears. An inactivated code will not be available for selection in new time sheet rows.