Setting up a new Time Processing Period

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Set up new Time Processing Period

  1. On the main menu, click Maintenance > Time Setup > Processing Time Setup.

  2. In the Processing Time Setup window, select the Accounting Year from the drop down list.

  3. Select the Accounting Period from the table and click the + sign to expand the period.

  4. Click the blank row just below the label Time Processing Category to display the arrow at the end of the row.

  5. Click the list button to display the options: 1 Week, Daily or Monthly. Select an option as required.

  6. If you have selected 1 Week, click the + sign next to the row displaying 1 Week. The table expands to display the weeks (and their start and end dates) available in the selected Accounting Period. Note that the accounting week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday.

    If you have selected Daily, click the + sign next to the row displaying Daily. The table expands to display all the days available in the selected Accounting Period.

    If you have selected Monthly, click the + sign next to the row displaying Monthly. The table expands to display the start and end dates for the month.

    You can edit the start and end dates of the Time Processing Period.

  7. If any of the Time Processing Category options do not appear, click Add Accounting Period in the task bar. The Add Accounting Period window appears.

  8. Select the category you want displayed on the Time Processing Period window.

  9. Click OK and then click Yes when prompted to confirm that you want the period displayed for all the accounting periods. The Add Accounting Period window closes and the focus returns to the Processing Time Setup window.
    The period is added.

  10. When you have finished, click OK to save the changes and close the Processing Time Setup window.

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