Thanks! It's very similar to the error checking work except you're starting with a blank template. The important part is to check the error checking page against every page after you've entered and verify your entries if the times are off and add an adjustment to the error checking page to the right of the black line if it's an error in the logbook.
I'll include some notes about the templates below, but since you're already familiar they're quite short. Please let me know if you have any questions. If you can't figure out an entry, please note it in the transcription note column, same goes for any changes to time or type that must be made.
File should be the page number for a PDF and the the file number if individual files (i.e. IMG_082 is just 82)
Airports in the route column should be entered separated by a hyphen "-". Example: "ord-lax-tus". They are typically 3 or 4 letters or numbers. The format is one of the following where # is a number and L a letter: LLLL (most common for four characters), #LL#, ##LL, LL##. LLL (most common for three characters), L##, #L#, ##L. You will never have an airport with only 1 number.
ASEL and AMEL columns should have a 1 entered if time is there, blank if no time.
Approach formats should be "# type, # type" or "# type, type, type" or "type, type". Different types are always separated by a comma ",". Example: "1 ILS, 2 VOR" or "ILS, ndb" or "3 ils, ndb"
Please be careful with dates as the US uses MM/DD/YY usually.
The "check" columns are as follows:
"Check date" flags if the dates are not in order. Just make sure your work is correct and move on if it is.
"Check time" flags if any time is greater than total time. Check your work if it flags (sometimes the times are just in the wrong row). If your work is good, make the adjustment as you did when error checking and include a note as to what was changed in the transcription note column
"check type" flags type/ident if the ident has a different type than normal. If it's C-172 vs C172 on other entries, just pick a standard format as they are the same. However C-152 vs C-172 or C-172G vs C-172SP is different. Just check your work and if correct leave it, we'll make the adjustments as necessary. ASEL or AMEL flags if the type has a different asel or amel value than normal.
The 7 days timeline is flexible.