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Employee Time Clock
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   3 years ago

Create a Time Clock Form. Clock In and Out using Buttons.

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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will teach you how to create a basic time clock for employees to clock in and out for work, lunch breaks, etc. They will not be able to manually enter or edit records, or go back through previous days.

Austin from Portland OR (a Silver Member) asks: I want to create a simple time clock form so my users can clock in and out for the day, clock out for lunch breaks, and so on. I'd like to use buttons for clocking in and out because I don't want them to be able to edit their times manually. Also, I don't want them to be able to go back to previous days and change their info. How can I do this?


I'll show you how to create a Main Menu with a simple employee log on with a password. They will then be able to open the time clock form for ONLY their data. They can clock in and close the form if they want. When they go to clock out, the time clock will show the previous record they clocked in under. You will also learn how to disable the clock in button, and close the form when they clock out. 

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