Helen Feddema our Access guru is looking for people to test her Time & Expense application …
“After a long delay, I have updated my Time & Expense application for Office 365 (it is my Coronavirus project!). The app uses custom Journal items to record time worked and expenses incurred for clients, and produces nicely formatted Word invoices and statements. It also includes an Excel workbook, in case you want to work with the slip data in Excel, or produce a comma-delimited file for upload to another system.
I have added a new template, Work Hours, which records all hours worked for all clients in a given week, handy for applying for unemployment benefits, now for the first time available for freelancers in the U.S., at least theoretically (not so much in reality, because of antiquated and overloaded state labor departments).
If you are interested in participating in the beta, send me an email at [email protected], and I will send you a link to a DropBox folder containing a zip with the beta files.”