The appearance of the timecard cells changes to indicate a number of different conditions. You might not see these indicators if you use Netscape.
A small yellow note icon after a punch or amount indicates a comment about the cell's content.
Point to the icon or select the Comments tab at the bottom of the timecard workspace to view the comment.
A solid red cell indicates a missed in-punch or out-punch. Point to the red box for more information.
A red outline in a cell indicates an exception, such as a late punch, early punch, or long interval. Point to the cell for more information.
A blue outline in a date cell indicates an excused absence.
A transaction shown in purple indicates that the transaction contains data from a schedule or from a punch at a data collection device.
If the cell is white, you can edit the transaction. If the cell is gray, you cannot edit the transaction.
A small yellow note icon and red outline indicate that a punch or amount has a comment and an exception.
A red border around a date cell indicates an unexcused absence day.
Gray cells indicate that you cannot edit the contents.
A red flag in the Totals column indicates that edits have not yet been totaled and saved in the database. A link to the Unprocessed Time table appears in the banner. The Unprocessed Time table displays the untotaled edits.
A yellow flag next to the Save button indicates that edits have not been saved in the database.
Clicking the search icon, which is next to the Transfer cell in the timecard or Time Stamp, opens the Transfer Selection dialog box that you use to transfer to a different labor account, job, or work rule.
An (x) before an account in the Total Summary indicates that it is not the primary labor account.