Use the Adjustment Detail form to get a detailed view of a single adjustment. This includes a list of time cards associated with the adjustment along with the financial impact on each card. This gives you the big picture around a single adjustment.
This form is reached from the Adjustment Summary tab of the Invoice Editor.
The upper section displays general information about who made the adjustment, the adjustment type and perhaps why the adjustment was made. In the lower section Projector shows details broken up into three major areas. Value Before Adjustment, Adjustment and Value After Adjustment. Within each section is every time card that was modified. Choose the section most relevant to what you are searching for. If there is an individual time card in this screen you wish to learn more about, double click it to bring up the Time Card History form.
The identifying number for this adjustment, as assigned on the Adjustment Summary tab.
The type of adjustment, such as write up or write down.
The area to which the adjustment applies (time or cost).
Number of Cost Cards
The quantity of cards involved in the adjustment.
If the suppression icon ( system setting or suppressed individually through a write up or write down. One reason for suppressing a card would be if unauthorized work was done. You do not want the client to see or perhaps even know about the unauthorized work.
) appears here, it denotes that these cards are being suppressed from the invoice. Zero amount cards can be suppressed automatically via a
The person that entered the adjustment.
The date that the adjustment was entered.
The adjustment code for this adjustment. Adjustment codes are used within Projector to explain why an invoice has been adjusted. See the section on Adjustment Codes for more information.
The reason for the adjustment, as entered in the Explanation field of the adjustment form when it was created.
The rows of the grid display values in three categories, described below. You may collapse or expand each category to hide or show more information by pressing the plus sign or minus sign, as appropriate.
Value Before Adjustment
The value of the time card before the adjustment is applied.
The difference between the value before adjustment and the value after adjustment.
Value After Adjustment
The value of the time card after this adjustment has been applied.
The resource for which the time was reported.
The date that the work was performed.
The task that the resource performed on this project.
The hours reported on the time card.
Contract Amount and Rate
The contract amount and rate columns will have a delta if the contract rates have changed since the time was submitted and a revalue was done. You can revalue time cards through either a pre-invoicing or invoicing adjustment.
- Pre-invoice - The monetary value of any write-up adjustments made via pre-invoicing adjustments.
- Invoice - The monetary value of any write-up adjustments made on the Invoice Editor.
- Write-Up % - The percentage of the write-up. If this is negative then the cards actually decreased in value.
The Amount and Rate of the card after the write up adjustments
The monetary value in which the client will be billed. For more information, see the section on the Engagement Currency.
The information entered by the resource in the Description field when the resource entered the time.
Navigate Between Adjustments
If you reached this screen through the invoice editor then you can use the < Previous Adjustment and Next Adjustment >buttons.