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That was it. Thanks! Just had the slash going the wrong way.

HH:nn:ss\nyyyymmdd

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Thanks for your speedy reply. Sadly, that didn't work. "n" seems to represent the current minute, "/n" gave me an additional 33 since it was 33 minutes after the hour when I tried it. And "/n" including the quotes simply adds /n to the line.

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T-Clock Options/Time Format/Advanced clock format:

HH:nn:ss yyyymmdd

Want HH:nn:ss to appear on line above yyyymmdd

In Time options there is a check box for New line, but don't know how to make a new line in Advanced clock format.

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