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If manager approvals are in place, managers will always approve the entire timesheet (this includes any direct and indirect charges).  You You could also set up hierarchical approval structures so that a timesheet would route to Manager A, then Manager B, then Manager C, etc. 

If project approvals are in place, Project Approvers only approve the portion of the timesheet that pertains to their project. There is optionally a property which when turned on allows project approvers to see the entire timesheet but still only approve their portion of the timesheet. Also, Project Manager approvals are required on a project-by-project basis.   For example, Project A could require Project Manager Approval, while Project B would not. 


Occasionally, the situation arises as follows: a person submits the timesheet with charges to multiple projects, the timesheet is partially or fully approved, and then the person will need to make a change to one project on the timesheet and pull it back into use.  After After editing, the person submits the timesheet, and it flows back to the same project approvers as before, as well as the manager.  This This is because while the person only edited one project, they may have touched other projects as well.