Entry sub-menu

 

Entering expenses into TimeGold can be done in four (4) different ways. The first step is the same in the first two situations described.

 

Situations No. 1 and No. 2

 

In the case of situations nos. 1 and 2 entry is made into files already entered in the files list.

 

Step No. 1

 

To enter an Expense, from the main menu, select Expenses menu and Entry submenu. Create Expenses screen will appear :

 

Move the pointer on the differents fields and buttons of the following screen to obtain context sensitive help.

 

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Click on « Ok » when complete to validate data and continue to step no.: 2, or on « Cancel » to abort.

 

Step No. 2

 

Creating an expense in an open file where no expenses are yet entered

 

When you click on « Ok », Adding a new expense screen will appear.

 

Move the pointer on the differents fields and buttons of the following screen to obtain context sensitive help.

 

 

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When completed, click on « Save » to save the data you have entered or on « Cancel » to abort. Expenses screen will appear as shown below in step no 2.

 

Situation No 2

 

Step No 2

 

Create an expense for a file where expenses are already entered

 

When you click on « Ok », Expenses screen for the file will appear :

 

Move the pointer on the differents buttons of the following screen to obtain context sensitive help.

 

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The bottom of the screen contains the various functions you need to manage the Expenses screen.

 

 

Situation No 3

 

Creating an expense in an unopened file

 

In situation no. 3, you wish to enter expenses in a file not yet opened.

 

It is possible that in a work session where you enter expenses into several files, that one of the files is not yet entered in the files list. With TimeGold, you can create a new file number from Adding a new expense screen. command will be activated, by clicking on it, screen will appear. You may then import an address from an existing file or create a new file from the Adding a new file screen.

 

When you have completed data entry into the new file, the Adding a new expense screen will automatically reappear. Complete expense entry as for situations 1 and 2.

 

 

Situation No 4

 

Creating expenses for several existing files

 

When entering expenses for several files at the same time, do not enter file number in Create Expenses screen. Leave time period and date of expense as entered by default and click on « Ok ». Expenses Expenses screen will appear. Click on « New ». Adding a new expense screen will appear. To select a file number, click on « Files », File List will appear. Select a file and click on « Select », and Adding a new expense will appear again. Enter expense data for this file number and click on « Save ». Expenses screen will reappear. Repeat this sequence for each file and each expense to be entered.