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Don't worry, I have written your name on the attendance sheet.

Or

Don't worry, I wrote your name on the attendance sheet.

  • Why do you ask? What is the context? What meaning are you trying to convey? – SteveES Apr 27 '17 at 14:55
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I would prefer to use The Present Perfect tense because it is linking to the present and has a consequence.

  • I have written your name on the attendance sheet so don't worry.

I can say so because "We use the Present Perfect to speak about something that happened in the past but is important at the time of speaking"

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