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    That's not right - you need to cap the average over the year at 40 hours per week, which is a bit better than applying the cap each week or month, but you can't just remove the cap altogether. Sorry if I was unclear.

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    HappyToddlers - I think what you are doing is great and really useful for our members.

    It might be helpful to remove old versions of the download if you have updated them to ones that work better and put a note of which post number in the thread they are instead - this will help members to find the latest version.

    If you are struggling to do it please send me a pm and I will be happy to help

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    Thanks for clearing that up. Attached is a version of the spreadsheet that has this cap for the average.

    Thanks all!
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    thanks for this..was just about to start my accounts this weekend and this looks so simple to use x x

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    thank you so much for posting this - it's going to be a great help for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by happytoddlers View Post
    Thanks for clearing that up. Attached is a version of the spreadsheet that has this cap for the average.

    Thanks all!
    PLEASE NOTE: If you use this spreadsheet then you will need to correct an error. To do this:

    Open the spreadsheet in Excel
    Click on 'Year 2012-13' tab
    Click on cell D18 (which is July's Hours Worked)
    Change the cell contents from =July!$O$64
    to =July!$P$64
    Save and close.

    Thanks!

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    Many thanks for letting us know!

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    I was thinking the same about the NCMA accounts books but not having done any accounts before, I thought I'd better stick with it - to begin with at least. I've just about had enough of it now though and was going to see about setting my own up over Christmas but now I'll see if yours works for me. Thanks so much for sharing

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    Just had a look at your spreadsheet and it looks fab. I'm going to try it out this month and see what I think. Isn't mileage 45ppm though?

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    I am trying to alter the cell d18 as you suggested but it wont let me it says its protected.

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    Hi

    I am also trying to amend as requested but having the same problem - says it's protected?

    looks great though - thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by desiderata View Post
    I am trying to alter the cell d18 as you suggested but it wont let me it says its protected.
    Hi, to unprotect - open spreadsheet go to Tools - Protection - Unprotect Sheet.

    That should do it.

    HTH

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    Thank you for this, I've just deleted mine by accident, you are a life saver!

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    Thank you, thank you , thank you and thank you very much for sharing, your are a star, brilliant work, a million thanks!!!!

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    Thank you so much for this, I am very behind with my NCMA accounts book and thinking about all the writing gives me a headache, so i will be looking forward to using this tomorrow and hopefully can bring myself up to date.
    You are very clever to create this - it is like a master piece!!
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    Wonderful - thank you!

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    Default Accounts Spreadsheet External Link

    Hi All,

    Some people have had trouble downloading the spreadsheet. Please find it here:

    www.horrod.com/Accounts.xls

    Thanks!

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    DH did me a version of this last year but yours looks great.Doin our books tonight so i think we'll use yours this time x

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    Hi there, this looks fab!

    Can I easily adapt it for my 2011-12 accounts?

    I've almost completed my NCMA accounts book for that year ready to submit my figures by 31st Jan but its a total mess with tipex and crossings out everywhere and I'm not 100% sure it's even added up right! I'd probably be quicker to re-enter my figures on a spread sheet than try and go through it all on paper to check my adding up is right.

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    Thumbs up THANK YOU!!

    Quote Originally Posted by happytoddlers View Post
    Hi All,

    Some people have had trouble downloading the spreadsheet. Please find it here:

    www.horrod.com/Accounts.xls

    Thanks!

    Thank you so much. This is perfect!...Was just moaning on another thread that someone out there surely must have a spreadsheet and then I saw yours!! This is perfect. Thank your husband too!!:

 

 
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