# Round Time To X Minutes

Aug 11, 2007Is there a formua that can roundup the time duration to the nearest fifteen minutes?

Eg, if the time duration is 2hr 17 min, can it be rounded to 2hr 15 min?

If is 2hr 31 min, to be rounded to 2hr 30 min.

Is there a formua that can roundup the time duration to the nearest fifteen minutes?

Eg, if the time duration is 2hr 17 min, can it be rounded to 2hr 15 min?

If is 2hr 31 min, to be rounded to 2hr 30 min.

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I need a formula to take an entered tim and rounded it to the nearest 1/4 hour

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Desired result:

1/1/07 12:00 in A1

1/1/07 14:10 in B1

1.25 in C1

0-7 Minutes - round down to 0.00

8-22 Minutes - round to 0.25

23-37 Minutes - round to 0.50

38-52 Minutes - round to 0.75

52-60 Minutes - round to 1.00

Because this is billable time, the number is never negative, so I don't need the formula to verify the first date/time cell is less than the second.

I am trying to provide a tool for department leaders to monitor productivity for order processing in their departments. The variables I have are: Number of orders(variable), number of pickers (variable), start time(variable). Then, I know each order takes 1 picker 4 minutes to pick on average, and there are 45 minutes worth of breaks during the picking process. So after entering the variables I used =(((C3*4)/60)/D3) to come up with the time needed to process the orders. What I can't get to is how to add this number to the start time, factor in break minutes and get to the projected completion time. I have Excel 2003 at work. Clearly I need to take a class!

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ie 05:24 = 05:25

06:21 = 06:20

I am trying to round up the total sum of time to the quarter hour. I enter time in fields as follows:

WORKSHEET SETUP:

Column B: Time I begin working

Column C: Time I end working

Column D: Total time C minus B

Cell format for columns B and C: H:MM AM/PM

Cell format for calculated field in column D: H:MM

Calculation, column D to show total time on a daily basis: =IF(C6>0,C6-B6,"")

However, I want to calculate total time per month in decimals, rounded up to the nearest quarter hour.

Example:

I worked 5 minutes (I do not want to reflect 15 minutes for five minutes of work). When I total time for the entire month (total daily time in column D), I would like that total to reflect total Hours:Minutes rounded up the quarter hour - but in decimals!

Assuming this is possible, how should I format cells, and what would the formula be for the total of hours per month?

I have an issue with identifying start-stop times for special school bell schedule. Cell B2 is contains start time (7:50 AM) and D1 is the establish variable for class length (in this case 45 minutes). Passing time is constant (5 minutes), but needs to be added to the day schedule with the start of each class. I attempted to convert these value to minutes with no luck, same goes to formatting cells.

Hour

Start

End

Class Length

Passing Time

[Code]...

I have a cell formatted as general that has need to be able to to take 21:56 and convert that to minutes. That is 21 hours 56 minutes to 1316 minutes. Then I need to add those minutes to a time to come up with like 19:14 + 1316 minutes = sometime the next day.

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View 2 Replies View RelatedI have a worksheet that I enter time values into individual cells:

A1 = 6:00

B1 = 12:00

C1 = 12:45

D1 = 17:15

When I enter these values, I would like some of the values to round to the

next higher "30 minute increment" such as Cell C1 should become 13:00.

I would also like some of the values to round back to the next lower "30

minute increment" such as Cell D1 should become 17:00.

Is it possible to 'round' a time to the next nearest 15min interval?

As an example in cell A1 I have a value that returns 2:07 PM (its formated

as h:mm AM/PM), but in B1 I wish to translate this to the nearest 15min

interval in an hour which is 2:15 PM, if the value in A1 was 5:39 PM I would

want to show 5:45 PM in B1 etc etc

I am creating a time tracking tool.

I would like a macro or event, etc to round an inputted time to the nearest 15 min increment upon exit of a cell.

For example, a user inputs a raw time into cell B5. Upon exit from B5 I would like the macro to round that time to the nearest 15 minutes and keep the time in cell B5. All of the cells in column B would need to have this capability.

1. How do I call teh macro upon exit from the cell

2. What is the code to grab that data from the cell in column B, round it to the nearest 15 minute increment and then put that value back into the same cell?

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This is the next five minute time slot between 5 and 10 minutes in the future (eg 10.51 -> 11.00 , 1.56 ->2.05 etc)

I know how to do this in a worksheet: =(b1-a1)*1440. B1 being the end time and A1 being the start time. I have a userform where the start time and end time are entered in text boxes. txtstart1 and txtend1. I would like the result to show up in txtmin1. Here is my code that doesnt work. I tried to convert code from a non-time sheet of mine. Dim as Integer may be the problem, I just learn as I go, and so far have only dealt with Integers.

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If i have a start time of 5:00 am and a finishing time of 4:25 pm, what function do i use to get the total time of 11 hours & 25 minutes?

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View 2 Replies View RelatedIf I want to make a formula for a time such as

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I currently have a lot of times saved in an excel file that are in seconds for example 245.9 seconds. Need formula where i could have in the next cell to it where it would say 4 minutes 5.9 seconds.

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Date IN OUT

Thu 4/3/20149:1418:39

Sat 4/5/20149:0117:56

Sun 4/6/20148:5817:58

Mon 4/7/20149:1217:50

Tue 4/8/20149:1618:00

Wed 4/9/20149:0216:06

Thu 4/10/20149:1017:54

cell A1 has the time (09:00), cell A2 has the minutes (60), cell A3 is the sum of A1+A2.

Im using this formula =A1+TIME(0,A2,0) - which is fine, except A1 is sometimes blank, so therefore I would like A3 to be blank.

I thought I could use this: =IF(A1,"","",(A1+TIME(0,A2,0)) But it doesn't work.

I've got a worksheet that deals with dates and time. Similar to a checkbook, I need to take the balance and subtract what's taken from that. But the writer copied this from another software program and it's in this format. How do I convert it to a time format? Or is that what I really need? Right now the taken and balance are both in a general format.

I just need to know on any of the given days what the balance of this person's time was in hours and minutes.

i need a vba code , i have time in column F like 8:30 , 3:30 , 5:30 , 8:30 , 9:30.......i need a macro which will add 00:30 in all cells in column F if time is less than 7.00 hrs

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