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Excel Time Calculations

Excel Time Calculations

Excel Time Calculations

(OP)
I would like to do a time calculation in Excel. I would like to enter a start time, and end time and have the formula calculate the difference returning a numeric decimal value. For example, I would enter a start time of 12:00 PM and an ending time of 1:30 PM and I want the return value to be 1.5.

RE: Excel Time Calculations


    A         B         C
12:00 PM   1:30 PM   =(B1-A1) * 24
 
Assuming columns A and B are set as TIME (not text)


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RE: Excel Time Calculations

(OP)
Perfect! That did the job. Many thanks!

RE: Excel Time Calculations

DianeSp,
Welcome to Tek-Tips wavey2. I hope you find this site valuable.

You should click the *Great Post! link in Andy's answer. It was quick, accurate, and even included TGML formatting for readability.



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RE: Excel Time Calculations

Thanks @Andrzejek, I had another way of performing it but today I got one more.

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RE: Excel Time Calculations

Please share your solution so others can benefit.


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RE: Excel Time Calculations

FYI, all date and time values are stated in units of days.

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