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The total amount of time that a document has been edited is useful for lawyers, consultants, and other professionals who bill for their time.

Knowing how long you have spent working on a document enables you to provide a more accurate accounting of your time.

If you have a time budget that you’re trying to stick to, you may find yourself constantly checking the document’s Properties dialog box to view the Total editing time value.

Rather than wasting time performing that chore, add the **EditTime** field to your document.

Word’s **EditTime** field displays the total time, in minutes, that the document has had the system focus (and, presumably, has been edited) since the time at which the document was

created. This is the same as the Total editing time value displayed in the Statistics tab of the document’s Properties dialog box.

Follow these steps to add some code that displays the total editing time with the word minutes added for clarity:**1. **Type some descriptive text (such as **Total Editing Time**).**2. **Press Ctrl+F9 to start a new Word field (signified by the { and } braces).**3. **Between the field braces, type the following:

EDITTIME # “0 minutes” * mergeformat**4. **Press F9 to complete and update the field.

Now all you have to do is update the field (or simply press F9) to check the total editing time instead of going in the properties tab to see total time worked on the document.

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Mar 22, 2010 | 2005 Infiniti G35

First think how you would solve this problem yourself on a piece of
paper. Then try programming it using the things you learned (if they've
given you this assignment without teaching you to multiply, subtract
and use if's, drop the course).

Well here is an idea.

Take the total kilowattage and send it to a function. What the function will do is subtract 14KW from the total Kilowattage and add the amount for the first 14KW then subtract 85KW from the total KW and add the amount for the 85KW. But once you subtract the number of KW from the total make sure to check if the total KW isn't negative, if so just break out of the function and return the total due.

Or if you have formula for how much the rate grows over how many miles.

For example lets say the rate grows by $1 every time the KW doubles you could have something like

int rate = 1; //Begining rate

int KW = 14; //First flat rate

int amount; //total amount they have to pay

while(totalKW > 0)

{

totalKW -= KW; //subtract the first rate

if(totalKW <= 0) //check if too much subtracted

break; //if so break

amount += rate; //add the rate to the total

rate += 1; // Add $1 to the rate every time

KW *= 2; // KW is doubled

}

Well here is an idea.

Take the total kilowattage and send it to a function. What the function will do is subtract 14KW from the total Kilowattage and add the amount for the first 14KW then subtract 85KW from the total KW and add the amount for the 85KW. But once you subtract the number of KW from the total make sure to check if the total KW isn't negative, if so just break out of the function and return the total due.

Or if you have formula for how much the rate grows over how many miles.

For example lets say the rate grows by $1 every time the KW doubles you could have something like

int rate = 1; //Begining rate

int KW = 14; //First flat rate

int amount; //total amount they have to pay

while(totalKW > 0)

{

totalKW -= KW; //subtract the first rate

if(totalKW <= 0) //check if too much subtracted

break; //if so break

amount += rate; //add the rate to the total

rate += 1; // Add $1 to the rate every time

KW *= 2; // KW is doubled

}

Jan 05, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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