Time Start \Stop using Internal Clock (Again)

tedc

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I have written a program (with a lot of help from members) for calculating time spent on creating/adjusting graphic images.
It would make life a lot easier if I could have 2 command buttons, one to start and one to finish time spent working on an image. If I stop working on one image and start on another and then go back to an original image they need to be able to continue calculating time from where I left off.
The date would be needed in the Date column

I have different sheets in the workbook for clients I will be working on, so I will be able to copy formula to the other sheets.

VBA code would be fine.

Ted
Book1
ABCDEFGH
1ClientDateTimeStartTimeFinishTimeSpentTotalTime
2Blochurst&Associates31/10/0311:3012:301:001
301/11/033:00PM4:00PM1:002
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