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Old 01-14-2010, 04:01 PM
cubsfan_1 cubsfan_1 is offline Can I do calculations with times? Windows XP Can I do calculations with times? Office 2003
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I am doing an employee check in sheet. I want to enter the time an employee finishes for the day, compare that time to quitting time and display the amount of overtime worked if any. =IF(cell>6:30,cell-6:30,0) is what I am trying to use. Time isn't a valid value though.
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Old 01-14-2010, 06:55 PM
Ichigo Ichigo is offline Can I do calculations with times? Windows XP Can I do calculations with times? Office 2007
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If u just want to check the number of hours a person works, u can use
e.g. A2-A1, then in the Format Cells, custom format to [h]:mm

Another method is to use the TIME function.
e.g. =TIME(17,30,0)-TIME(9,25,0). The disadvantage is that it has no cell reference
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