# Formula To Get HOURS From 2 Dates With Time

Jun 30, 2014How to get the Hours of two different time

A1

27/06/2014 11:30

B1

30/06/2014 18:14

C1

Ans: Hours of these 2 dates with time.

i just need to get their Hours.

How to get the Hours of two different time

A1

27/06/2014 11:30

B1

30/06/2014 18:14

C1

Ans: Hours of these 2 dates with time.

i just need to get their Hours.

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Im trying to figure out the formula to comput hours:minutes between time on different dates a couple of days apart.

B12 = Date

B15 = Time (on date in B12)

Previous date and time are in AA9. I have been trying to us =SUM(B12+B15)-(AA9).

When I am converting a time from Hours/Minutes to Hours/Tenths, Excel is not converting it consitantely. EXAMPLE: 1:15 = 1.25. When I format the cell to present only one place past the decimal point, sometimes the cell will round up to 1.3, and other times it will round down to 1.2. What am I missing?

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

The below formulae allows me to see the difference between two dates and only returns the difference in working hours ie :

Difference between

02/02/2010 08:00 & 03/02/2010 08:00 is 16 Hours 0 Minutes

=(INT(A3)-INT(C6))+MAX(MOD(A3,1)-MAX(MOD(C6,1)))

The following displays it in the Hrs and Mins format

=TEXT(B15,"[h]")&" Hour"&IF(OR(TEXT(B15,"[h]")+0=0,TEXT(B15,"[h]")+0>1),"s "," ")&MINUTE(B15)&" Minute"&IF(MINUTE(B15)1,"s ",""))

I have devised a simple formula when a member of staff enters a date and time into a cell it starts deducting from todays date and time. ie:

Cell A1 - Date and time is entered by staff

Cell B1 - Is the above cell +24hrs

Cell C1 - NOW()

Cell D1 - B1-C1 Formatted in hours ( [h] :mm:ss (Like a count down clock)

The problem i have is that i cannot get Cell D1 to show minus ours it just goes to negative and shows continous #####. Is there any way i can get Cell D1 to show the hours it has gone minus by.

I need to enter a formula that calculates the time a report is received from the time it was recorded in our database. therefore, it needs to exclude non working hours. here are the fields:

A1 2008/10/10 16:30

B1 2008/10/11 09:30

C1 8:00

D1 17:00

A1 = report received

B1 = reported recorded in db

C1 = work day start time

D1 work day end time

Where the answer should = 2 hours.

I am not an experienced excel user and so far the only formula I have now is: =TEXT(B1-A1, "d:hh:mm")

And how do I account for weekends?

I have been trying to work out a formula for capturing the number of patients in the hospital at half hour time intervals. There are a lot of formulas for capturing this information within a 24 hour period however not a lot of information when the Length of Stay or episode time is +24 hours.

As you can see in my example spreadsheet below, some of the patients stay for 244 hours (row 9).

The outcome that I am looking for is that a 1 is placed in all of the time slots when the patient is there. For example if they arrive on Jan 1st at 2.15 and leave on Jan 3rd at 10.30 all of the time slots in between would have a 1 placed in them.

I have been playing around a lot and think it is probably only possible if you set it up as I have in the example i.e. by having the date running down and the time running across.

How this could work? I have tried SUMIFs and SUMPRODUCT formulas which generally work for Jan 1st but then go wrong for any date after that.

I have a sheet in which in Coloum A I have manager names, then in Colum B I have list of Employees reporting to that manager, then in Column C, I have total login time of each employee which should be => 8 hours. In a new sheet, I want to get the count of employees next to the each manager's name who login time is less then 8 hours.

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View 9 Replies View Relatedfind a formula that will calculate the hours between the two below values but only take in to consideration the business hours (from 9 to 17) and exclude any weekends?

08/03/2013 13:32:00

02/04/2013 09:32:50

I am making a schedule and I would like it to take out a 30 min break if the hours worked is over 6 hours.

I have so far

A B

1 11:00 7:30

=24*(B1-A1)

Gives me 8 hours, I would like it to subtract the 30 minutes only ifthe sum is over 6 and not alter the sum if it is under 6.

attached is an example of a timesheet we use.

now after lengthy discussions the comany say its not 'in their interest' to use acess so i'm stuck with excel on this one.

I need to sum a column on many critiera, which i feel maybe a job for the trusty old =SUMPRODUCT. But thing is i need to sum a column based on a date range, Rate, Day.

I have manually typed in the number i think it should produce but as far as formulas go

1st off need to calcualte date range, which is situated on the top of the spreadsheet.

2nd some how tell the formula that Normal overtime is either classed as rate 1 Saturdays classed as 1.5 and sundays and bank holidays classed as 2.

i am looking to do a table which shows time started, time finished and then a total for hours that day, then that week.

Start 08:00

End 16:00

Total 8 hrs.

How can I get the total to display as 8 hrs? not 08:00? When I change the format to "number" it shows 0.33?

I have a user form with textBox1 = start time (entered as "[h]:mm") and text Box2 = finish time (entered as "[h]:mm"). I would like textBox3 to display the difference between the start time and finish time as a general number!

For example

Start time: 21:00

Finish time: 06:30

Hours worked: 9.50

Start time: 12:30

Finish time: 23:00

Hours worked: 10.50

What I need is a formular/vba code that can divide hours into different time ranges. The picture below shows an explanation.

In example 3 there time range analyzed goes from saturday till monday. Here Sunday should get 24 hours and the time range 23-08 for weekdays is at this point 00-08.

I've tried everything I could imagine to get this one working,

I have got a formula that can separate day shift hours from night hours, in this case night begins at 7pm to 7am, however the problem is after 12am we get into negative numbers, what formula would fix this and can be combined with the formulas below?

E10 = 19:00 or start of night time hours

B3 = start time

C3 = end time

D3 = day hours workeds =24*IF(E10

I'm battling to come up with the formula to calculate time and a half and double time. My boss wants me to show the overtime worked AFTER 40 hours has been worked. I have attached a copy of my spreadsheet.

View 4 Replies View RelatedI want to add hours to a date-time cell to get result in date-time.

Format of cell A1 is d/m/yy h:mm AM/PM

Format of cell A2 is General

Format of cell A3 is d/m/yy h:mm AM/PM

I want to add A2 (number of hours) to A1 to give A3.

The formula I used is A3=A1+Time(A2,0,0)

The formula works perfectly fine when A2 is less than 24, but when A2 is more than 24, the date doesn't get changed.

I have this spreadsheet where it is basically call center data so in one of the column it shows time of inbound call as example (21:12:05) and other columns shows specific notes about that call example if product was sold on that call or not. So I am trying to find trend that during what period of time in a day maximum product was sold. Example I want to set some criteria that from 8 am to 10 am, 10 am to 1 pm and so on and then to find how many products are sold. So what I am looking is how can i extract hours as numbers only? from time stamp? I tried using =RIGHT(a1,2) but its not working and it messing with the number format.

View 4 Replies View RelatedWe have a bar code scanner that scans employee IDs as they come and go each day. Beside the ID is the date/time stamp in the next column. They do not always come in in the same order they leave, so I am looking for a solution that will collect the in and out time for each ID, then add those times beside each employee name, and add them for a hourly total.

View 10 Replies View RelatedI am struggling to find a formula to calculate hour:minutes between the following:

Cell

A1= 04:00

B2= 17:00

I am wanting to calculate the hours between 06:00 and 16:00 and then the hours between 16:00 and 06:00 the next day

ie: 06:00-16:00 = 12;

16:00 - 0600 = 3

I have a started time of say 8am from cell B3. I want to know what time it will be when I add a full number (hours) from another cell. For example A3+B4 where A3 is 8:00 A.M. and B4 is 4.04. I'm looking to get the a result of 12:04 P.M.

View 4 Replies View RelatedI would like to calculate the total hours between two dates using a unique formula and without inserting new columns. I have attached an example of the data I'm working with.

View 4 Replies View RelatedI want to add the numbers of hours in a 4 week period. I have used the following formula (from this site) to total according to month but I don't seem to be able to adapt it to change it to only add hours between 2 dates or for the 28 day period. I thought maybe I should be using a SUMIF but I can't get that happening either.

I have attached a simple file( I think!!)

=SUMPRODUCT((TEXT($B$3:$B$61,"mm/yy")="07/07")*($C$3:$D$61))

I'm having great difficulty adding hours to dates in Excel. In cell A1 I have a number which is calculated from a formula, it will normally return whole number values between 1 and 100. In cell A2 I have a start date and time i.e. 14/2/07 06:00:00 in cell A3 I want to add the number in A1 as hours to the date in cell A2. I am using the formula in A3 as =A2+TIME(A1,0,0) it seems to work okay for numbers that don't take the date onto the next day but if I try to add 24 hrs or 48 hrs for example the date still stays the same.

View 7 Replies View RelatedI receive data from a company I deal with that has the date and time of all of my transactions with them listed in an excel worksheet. Only problem is that the date/time that I receive is not in my timezone, which is a bit of a problem for me!

What I want to do is to be able to adjust the date and time shown in the cell forward by 14 hours, so that the data is shown in the timezone that I am currently in. So the end result for the first line of data in the attached file would end up being 2006-08-11,10:28:51 instead of 2006-08-10,20:28:51.

I have a spreadsheet with various date fields and next to those time fields. I need to calculate the amount of working hours between the 2 lots of values

for example

Cell A has "22/02/2008"

Cell B has "16:44:00"

Cell J has "25/02/2008"

Cell K has "08:59:00"

The answer i'm looking for is 01:29:00. The working hours are Monday to Friday 07:30 - 16:00. This is what I have so far and it gives me the total hours between the 2 dates but not the working hours. =IF(J10-A10=0,K10-B10,((J10-A10)+(K10-B10))) (Formatted with [h]:mm:ss). I have tried using workingday() but can't get the desired result

I'm trying to calculate shift working hours without using dates.

The scenario is

Cell A1 = Start Time

Cell A2 = Start Time

Cell A3 = Break Time

Basically I want the output to calculate hours worked between:-

0000 and 0600 as a total in cell A4

0600 and 1800 as a total in cell A5

1800 and 0000 as a total in cell A6

Then if the value of A5 is greater than A3, subtract A3, but if the value of A5 is less than the value of A3, A5 should be zero and the remainder of the value of A3 subtracted from A4 (or A6) depending which has a value.

I need to calculate time taken to fix a piece of equipment.

A1 B1

BREAK TIME FIX TIME

4/22/08 23:00 4/23/08 04:00

Should be 5 hours, but i can't find the formula to make it work.

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