|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|
Timesheets for Night-shiftsExcel Timesheets to calculate Nightshifts.
Excel cannot handle negative times. If you start working at 11:00 pm and finish at 7:00 am, Excel doesn't understand it's a new day.
Here are 3 methods on how to explain Excel that you finished working at 7:00 am of the following day.
Enter the full date and time you logged in and logged out.
In cell A1, enter: 6/1/2008 11:00:00 PM
In cell B1 enter: 6/2/2008 7:00:00 AM
In cell C1, enter: =SUM(B1-A1)*24
Format as number
In cell C1, enter:
Format the cell to "Number".
You are telling excel:
If A1 (11:00 pm) is bigger than B1 (7:00 am), than add one day to B1 (7:00 am), and only after that subtract it from 11:00 pm.
However, if that's not the case, than simply do B1 - A1
When you are done, multiply my total by 24.
You are telling excel to:
"Subtract B1 from A1", plus:
"B1 (7:00 am) is smaller than A1 (11:00 pm)". Is it true?
If it's true or One, add 1 (one day)
If it's False or Zero, add zero.
Multiple my total by 24.
Think Different, think Night shifts.