Free Printable Timesheets for Microsoft Excel
Over the last few years we’ve built a number of free timesheet templates that are freely available for download from our timesheet template download page. Our templates can be opened in a number of different programs and we’ve got Excel timesheets, Microsoft Word Timesheets, and various templates that can be opened directly in Adobe PDF. All of our templates can be freely distributed and modified as you see fit and of course all of the timesheet templates can be printed. The complete list of printable timesheet templates we’ve got available can be seen on the page I mentioned above but it’s worth taking a look at some of the more useful templates here.
The weekly time card template which was built in Excel provides you with an entry form for a week’s worth of time clock information. It’ll break that time down into breaks, regular hours, and overtime hours. Once filled in the time sheet can be printed so the employee can sign it and submit it to their managers.
Our free Excel project time tracking template is one of our better templates that is especially useful for employees who want to track their time spent working on projects. The template includes a worksheet for you to enter your project list. Once you’ve got a project list you can build up your timesheet day by day and project by project. Time spent working on a particular project can be added to the timesheet by choosing a date, selecting the project from a drop-down and picking a start and end time. The time you’ve worked will then be automatically calculated for you. The time tracking template contains a handy fields that will show you what time you’ve spent working for that day, There’s also a couple of fields to allow you to enter a start date and end date and the timesheet will show you how many hours you’ve worked in that time range. Of course, just like all our templates this one is easily printable and can be modified and shared as you see fit.
The last printable timesheet that I’m going to take a look at today is our two week time sheet. The template includes fields for the employee name, badge number, their manager, and the start of the timesheet period. Timesheet times can then be entered for each day of the period by typing in a time in, a time out, time taken for breaks, regular and overtime hours. The time for each classification is totalled up for the two week period of the timesheet. There’s a spot at the bottom of the timesheet for the employee to sign it once the spreadsheet is printed out.
Time Clock MTS Instead of a Timesheet Template
Of course, while we do provide all of these printable timesheet templates for free we really want you to try our great employee timesheet softtware, Time Clock MTS. It’s going to save you much more money and time than any Excel timesheet ever will and contains a bunch of features that will help you streamline your time and attendance processes. You can try Time Clock MTS free of charge for 30 days and as an added extra we offer a 30 days, no questions asked, money back guarantee on the software. With this peace of mind we think you should give Time Clock MTS a try today!