Time Format Question

In Company Configuration under Production / Job there is a Time Format which
lets you use time in hours/minutes or sours/hundredths

Scott Litzau, MCP
Olympus Flag & Banner
Information Systems Manager
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P: 414-365-9732
F: 414-355-1931

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From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
wendorff1
Sent: Friday, November 03, 2006 11:22 AM
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Subject: [Vantage] Time Format Question


Our old time clocks on the shop floor reported minutes in "hundredths"
(ex: 3.50 = 3 hours and 30 minutes).

Now that we have switched from manual time cards/clocks to Data
Collection (plant floor), I would like to change our reporting Time
Format from "hours/hundredth" to "hour/minutes".

I think this should be a simple change without many reprocutions.

Does anyone know of anything that will blow up on me?

Thanks!

Kelly




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Our old time clocks on the shop floor reported minutes in "hundredths"
(ex: 3.50 = 3 hours and 30 minutes).

Now that we have switched from manual time cards/clocks to Data
Collection (plant floor), I would like to change our reporting Time
Format from "hours/hundredth" to "hour/minutes".

I think this should be a simple change without many reprocutions.

Does anyone know of anything that will blow up on me?

Thanks!

Kelly