24 Hour Timesheet
I am having trouble with this formula
=IF(E4-D4 < 1/24*7.1,E4-D4,E4-D4-1/24)*24
it works well unless the staff member works past midnight. I get a negative hours worked value returned.
E4=8AM and D4 is 5PM i get an answer of 9 hours in F4, this is all good but if the start time E4=4PM and the finish is D4=1AM then I get the result of -15 hours in F4
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