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using command buttons and textboxes

Hello,

Thanks to all that help with my question last time! I am creating a time sheet for employees and would like them to open the file and type or select (either one) their name and i would like a submitt button at the bottom so that it can be saved/submited to me with their information that they inputed. I have multiple employees and only want to create one file for them all to use. How would i go about doing that? Thanks.

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If you have Outlook as your client server, you can add a routing slip to the file, which will allow them to forward it to you upon closing and/or saving. Make sure the file they access is saved as a TEMPLATE

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how do i add a slipt o outlook

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See the Excel Help topic "Create a Routing Slip"

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