|Excel Timesheets||Add & Convert||General Knowledge|
|Part A. Create a basic Excel Timesheet||Add up Hours in Excel||How does excel calculate hours|
|Part B. Insert Unpaid Lunch Breaks||Convert Conventional Hours into a Decimal #||How does excel calculate dates|
|Part C. Calculate Overtime Pay||Convert Hours and Minutes into Minutes||Express Log in and Log out in Excel|
|Timesheets for Night Shifts||Average Hours ignoring Zero's and Error Values||Entering only the last 2 digits of a year|
Convert conventional Hours into a decimal NumberConvert hours into a Decimal Number. Use a calculator or Excel. Here is how:
Question: How do I convert conventional hours into a decimal number?
To convert hours using a calculator:
USING A CALCULATOR:
If you need to pay a worker in a hurry, and would like to use a calculator, here is what you can do to convert the time to a decimal number:
Step 1: Divide the minute portion of the time worked into 60
Step 2: Add the decimal number obtained to the hour portion.
Example: My worker worked for 4hr 23 min at a rate of $13.50. How much do I pay him?
Step 1: Divide: 23 / 60 = 0.38
Step 2: Add: 4 + 0.38 = 4.38
To pay your worker, multiply 4.38 by $13.50
If you like to use excel:
Step 1 In cell A1, Enter the time as hh:mm
Step 2 In Cell B1, type =(A1)*24
Step 3 Change the format of Cell B to "Number" with 2 decimal places.
Step 1 In cell A1 Type 4:23
Step 2 In cell B1 Type =(A1)*24
Step 3 Change the format of cell B to "Number" with 2 decimal places. You will now see 4.38
To pay your worker, enter in cell C1 =(b1*13.50)
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