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Time formulas in Excel

By IT Trainee ·
I need to write a spreadsheet that allows employees to enter start and finish time and from these times work out normal hours and overtime hours (over 35 hours). Then calculate their gross pay from an hourly rate, can you please help me.
Thanking you in advance, regards John.

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by MPTechOnline In reply to Time formulas in Excel

A possible answer to your question is right here in TechRepublic under Downloads. Go to Downloads and then enter "TRACK" in the search field and it should bring up the following link which is what you are looking for. I'm hope this will help....

- Track your time with these downloadable applications - Sep 6, 2001

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by DKlippert In reply to Time formulas in Excel

Here's all you need to know about times and dates:

www.cpearson.com/excel/datetime.htm#TOC

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