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Overview

Time Logger has many methods of sharing data (both for importing and exporting data) with other applications, such as Microsoft Excel.  Time Logger can import and export:

Time Records (for more details see: Importing or Exporting)
Clients (for more details see: Importing or Exporting)
Descriptors (for more details see: Importing or Exporting)
Accounts Receivable (Invoices & Payments) (for more details see: Importing or Exporting)

 

Also, you can open and connect to any of the above data directly in the Microsoft Access .mdb files or by using ODBC.  See: Direct Access Through the .mdb Files

 

Additionally, Time Logger can automatically export key Invoice data when you generate invoices that you can then import into Quickbooks and Quicken.

 

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More:

Importing Data Into Time Logger From a Text File

Importing/Exporting from Excel

Exporting Time Logger Data to a Text File

Using Copy Selected Records to then Paste to another application

Direct Access Through the .mdb Files

Exporting Invoice Data Via Quicken .QIF Files

Exporting Invoice Data via Quickbooks IIF Files