Outlook Times is designed for single users as well as members of small to large organizations, and let you manage your Outlook calender appointments, tag them with project or customer info and export them to Microsoft Excel using template.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Outlook Times is an Outlook Addin. It adds new features to your Microsoft Outlook installation. Specifically, Outlook Times help you manage time and project reporting.
Outlook Times is designed for single users as well as members of small to large organizations. The main feature let you manage your Outlook calender appointments, tag them with project or customer info and export them to Microsoft Excel for printout or further consolidation.
Simply add and edit your personal list of tags to be used with your Outlook calendar info. This tag, together with existing info in Outlook, gives you the basic time reporting info you need - date, description, duration, tag.
When you next make an appointment in Outlook, you can easily tag it to a particular project or customer. This can be done from the appointment form or from the Outlook overview. Your tag is stored together with the item.
Outlook Times let you export your time and project information to Excel with a few clicks of the mouse. You can select different export criterias. A customizable Excel template is used for the report, and you can use existing powerful Excel features to sort, filter and summarize the report. A diagram can automatically be created as an export option.
Outlook Times Addin is tested on Microsoft Outlook 2000 SP4, Outlook XP, Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 and Microsoft Excel 2000 SP4, Excel XP, Excel 2003 and Excel 2007. No specific requirements on OS other than that the Outlook and Excel installations is configured and working correctly. Outlook Times Addin does not require Exchange Server and will work with or without it.
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