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i am trying to make a time sheet. i have a start time box and a finish time box
and at the bottom of the page i have three boxes (basic,time & half and double time) is there any way i can get excel to calculate the sperate hours
ie. 05:30-08:30/17:30-21:00= time & half, 08:30-17:30=basic and 21:00-05:30. so if i enter 05:30 start and 22:00 finish it would calculate that i have done 8 hrs basic,6.5 hrs Time & half and 1 hr double time. i know this is asking alot but i want to keep track of my wages as i have had mistakes every month so if i send my time sheet in completed it might over come this problem
Many Thanks if any one can help

Is it possible to calculate these parameters:
Time In
Time Out
Less time out for lunch
Then display results in hours and tenths of hours?

Does anyone know how to make an Excel spreadsheet calculate overtime
automatically? I have it set up to calculate how many hours each person
worked subtracting out time for lunch. How do I get it to read that if the
hours in the regular hours column is over 8 a day, to put the difference in
the overtime field?

Thank you.

hi

i have an excel timesheet with auto calculation, you enter the first
date of the month ie 1 may 05, and it calculates the rest of the month
and days of the week in columns B & C.

The main sheet looks like the following :

Day Date Start Start End Finish Hours Lunch Hours
Monday 13/06/2005 09:00 12:15 12:45 16:30 07:30 00:30 07:00
Tuesday 14/06/2005 08:00 12:00 12:30 16:30 08:30 00:30 08:00
Wednesday 15/06/2005 08:00 12:15 12:45 16:30 08:30 00:30 08:00
Thursday 16/06/2005 08:00 12:00 12:30 16:30 08:30 00:30 08:00
Friday 17/06/2005 08:00 12:00 12:30 15:00 07:00 00:30 06:30
Saturday 18/06/2005 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
Sunday 19/06/2005 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00

What id like to do is maybe setup some drop down boxes, or a popup
screen for the start times, finish times, lunch start/end. Rather than
the user having to keep typing in the times, so for example ifd you
start at 08:15, you can click on a link and get a list of times (08:00,
08:15, 08:30, 08:45 etc) and then click on the link that you want, which
would auto populate the correct cell

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Hi Guys,

I am trying to build an Excel timesheet cal. with Award overtime rules. But it is not quite working when the weekly hours over 38 hours.

The situation is:

Normal Time: 38 hours per week (7am - 7 pm Mon-Fri) or 8 hrs per day
Overtime (1.5): first 2 hours (weekly/daily)
Overtime (2): after 10 hours per day and all hours work on Sunday

Other: Saturday - from 7am to 12.30 pm paid at normal time (if the normal time hours worked druing Mon-Fri do not exceed 38 hours). After 12.30pm will pay overtime (1.5)

I can work on daily hours with overtime rules easily, but when the normal hours (weekly) exceed 38 hours during the week, it will be very complicated and I have tried many ways but it will say circular reference warning...

Hope someone can help?

Thanks

hi

i have an excel timesheet with auto calculation, you enter the first date of the month ie 1 may 05, and it calculates the rest of the month and days of the week in columns B & C.

The main sheet looks like the following :

Day Date Start Start End Finish Hours Lunch Hours
Monday 13/06/2005 09:00 12:15 12:45 16:30 07:30 00:30 07:00
Tuesday 14/06/2005 08:00 12:00 12:30 16:30 08:30 00:30 08:00
Wednesday 15/06/2005 08:00 12:15 12:45 16:30 08:30 00:30 08:00
Thursday 16/06/2005 08:00 12:00 12:30 16:30 08:30 00:30 08:00
Friday 17/06/2005 08:00 12:00 12:30 15:00 07:00 00:30 06:30
Saturday 18/06/2005 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
Sunday 19/06/2005 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00

What id like to do is maybe setup some drop down boxes, or a popup screen for the start times, finish times, lunch start/end. Rather than the user having to keep typing in the times, so for example ifd you start at 08:15, you can click on a link and get a list of times (08:00, 08:15, 08:30, 08:45 etc) and then click on the link that you want, which would auto populate the correct cell

Im working on a time sheet and thought id finished it until it came to actually filling it in with real information, i found then that the simple formula i had in column AF just wouldnt work.

Columns
W & X is Saturday start time (W) finish time (X)
Y: Hours
Z: Night Allowance
AA & AB is Sunday start time (AA) finish time (AB)
AC: Hours
AD: Night Allowance
AE: Grand Total Hours

AF: is intended to be Sunday Allowance (Hours worked on a Sunday)
Pretty straight forward i thought i just linked it up with AC and voila hours worked on Sunday appeared, my problem however is i have to take into account Nightshift therefor if an employee was to work

Saturday 23:00 to 07:00
Sunday 13:00 to 18:00

The total hours worked on Sunday should be 12 hours (midnight from Sat until 18:00 on Sun)

Is there anyway to formulate this ?????

Please see attached spreadsheet im working on it might make more sense to you...

Thanks

Hello all,

I am presently making up a timesheet in excel which calculates the days wages (including time and a half, & double time if possible) However, while I can formulate 1x & 1.5x accurately (crude as it might be) I can not incorporate 2x into it!

I'll get to the point:

=IF(I88=0,"",IF(I88

I am working on a project involving calculating time. It is a timesheet calculation. I was able to design the following layout:

.....A............B..........C..........D.......E.....F
1....Date.........Time IN....Time OUT...Hours...Total
2....01/01/07.....1830.......1930.......01:00...01:00
3....01/02/07.....1930.......2330.......04:00...05:00
4....01/03/07......830.......1900.......10:30...15:30
5
Column A is formatted for DATE. Columns B and C are GENERAL. Columns D and E are DATE format customized as '[hh]:mm'

The formula to calculate the time difference between the numbers in column B and C is located in column D. It is as follows:
=IF(C4

Hi everybody,

I need some help please with a VBA macro in a timesheet.

I would like to place this formula "=IF(C4=(19/24),20/24,+C4)" in column F which shall change all the values in column c of black color and 19:00 to 20:00 in column F.

I've tried different ways but getting always errors. What I'm doing wrong?

Code:
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
 For Each c In Sheet4.Range("B4:B17")
            If c.Font.Color = RGB(0, 0, 0) Then
                Dim val1 As String
                val1 = c.Offset(0, 1).Address(RowAbsolute:=False, ColumnAbsolute:=False)
               With c.Offset(0, 4)

'Error on line below

.Value = "=" & val1 & "=(19/24),20/24,+" & val1 & ")"                  .Font.Color = RGB(0, 0, 0)
               End With
            End If
******** ******************** ************************************************************************>Microsoft Excel - Time Calculation with color cells.xls___Running: 11.0 : OS = Windows XP (F)ile (E)dit (V)iew (I)nsert (O)ptions (T)ools (D)ata (W)indow (H)elp (A)boutE4E5E6E7E8E10K11K12E13E14E15=
ABCDEFGHIJK1           2Working - Hours    15%  35%  3DayWeekdayStartEndHoursStartEndHoursStartEndHours414Fri19:000:0005:00      515Sat0:006:0006:00      615Sat19:000:0005:00      716Sun0:006:0006:00      816Sun19:000:0005:00      9??         1022Sat20:000:0004:00      1123Sun0:006:00      06:001223Sun19:000:00      05:001324Mon0:005:0005:00      1424Mon19:000:0005:00      1525Tue0:006:0006:00      Macro-Testsheet 
[HtmlMaker 2.42] To see the formula in the cells just click on the cells hyperlink or click the Name box
PLEASE DO NOT QUOTE THIS TABLE IMAGE ON SAME PAGE! OTHEWISE, ERROR OF JavaScript OCCUR.

Hi everybody,

I have a macro for my Timesheet created by joefrench and would like to make some changes.

I'm a novise to VBA programming and need some help please.
In column B there are two different Sun marked red and magenta. I would like to have the macro modified so it also changes the color in red as in column B to color red in column K as performed already within the macro for the magenta color. As a reminder the red and magenta colors are not always at the same position.

How can that be done?

******** ******************** ************************************************************************>Microsoft Excel - Time Calculation with color cells.xls___Running: 11.0 : OS = Windows XP (F)ile (E)dit (V)iew (I)nsert (O)ptions (T)ools (D)ata (W)indow (H)elp (A)boutE4F4H4K4E5F5H5K5E6F6H6K6E7K7E8K8K9E10F10H10K10K11K12E13F13H13K13E14K14E15K15E16K16E17F17H17K17E18H18K18E19H19K19=
ABCDEFGHIJK1Month:          2Working - Hours    15%  35%  3DayWeekdayStartEndHoursStartEndHoursStartEndHours414Fri20:000:0004:0020:000:0004:00   
515Sat0:006:0006:000:006:0006:00   
615Sat20:000:0004:0020:000:0004:00   
716Sun0:006:0006:00   0:006:0006:00816Sun19:000:0005:00   19:000:0005:009??         
1022Sat20:000:0004:0020:000:0004:00   
1123Sun0:006:00    0:006:0006:001223Sun19:000:00    19:000:0005:001324Mon0:005:0005:000:005:0005:00   
1424Mon20:000:0004:00   20:000:0004:001525Tue0:006:0006:00   0:006:0006:001625Tue19:000:0005:00   19:000:0005:001726Wed0:005:0005:000:005:0005:00   
18    54:00  28:00  37:0019 Total - Hours  54.00  28.00

Hi everybody,

I was looking for a solution through the excel questions but could not find anything which would help me.

As you can see in column B are two different colored Sun, red and magenta as well as Mon and Tue.

I would like to find a formula or macro without creating an extra column which looks for the color magenta i.e. if the particular cells are magenta (Sun, Mon and Tue) then perform an action.

I cannot use the formula in K7.

Please help.

******** ******************** ************************************************************************>Microsoft Excel - Time Calculation with color cells.xls___Running: 11.0 : OS = Windows XP (F)ile (E)dit (V)iew (I)nsert (O)ptions (T)ools (D)ata (W)indow (H)elp (A)boutE4F4H4K4E5F5H5K5E6F6H6K6E7K7E8K8K9E10F10H10K10K11K12E13F13H13K13E14K14E15K15E16K16E17F17H17K17E18H18K18=
ABCDEFGHIJK1Month: 2Working - Hours 15% 35% 3DayWeekdayStartEndHoursStartEndHoursStartEndHours414Fri20:000:0004:0020:000:0004:00 515Sat0:006:0006:000:006:0006:00 615Sat20:000:0004:0020:000:0004:00 716Sun0:006:0006:00 0:006:0006:00816Sun19:000:0005:00 19:000:0005:009?? 1022Sat20:000:0004:0020:000:0004:00 1123Sun0:006:00 0:006:0006:001223Sun19:000:00 19:000:0005:001324Mon0:005:0005:000:005:0005:00 1424Mon20:000:0004:00 20:000:001525Tue0:006:0006:00 0:006:001625Tue19:000:0005:00 19:000:001726Wed0:005:0005:000:005:0005:00 18 54:00 28:00 22:00Timesheet
[HtmlMaker 2.42] To see the formula in the cells just click on the cells hyperlink or click the Name box
PLEASE DO NOT QUOTE THIS TABLE IMAGE ON SAME PAGE! OTHEWISE, ERROR OF JavaScript OCCUR.

I am trying to create an automated timesheet in Excel. Basically, an employee should be able to enter his/her time in and time out, and Excel will calculate the total hours the employee works, how much leave time they have (anything over 7 hrs is leave time), it will know that a person is not scheduled to work on Saturdays and Sundays, and it makes sure that everyone works 7 hrs, even if the person must put in leave time. The problem that I am having is calculating the total hrs worked for the day. If someone works from 10am-6pm, I know how to make Excel show 8 hrs. But, what if they come in at 10:15am and leave at 6pm; what if they come in at 1:00pm and leave at 6pm; what if they come in at 4pm and leave at 12:00 midnight; what if they come in at 12 in the afternoon and leave at 6 pm; what if they come in at 12 in the afternoon and leave at 2:00 am; what if they come in at 3:00pm and leave at 2:00am??? I am having trouble creating if statements that consider all these cases. If anyone can help me, I would greatly appreciate it.

There have been many posts on this subject but I cannot find one which
answers this question:

I have a (Office XP) spreadsheet which records an employee's working time.
Our company operates flexi-time and employees have to work an average of 7:20
per day. On days when they work longer than that, there is a positive
adjustment to their running flexi-time balance. On days when when they work
less, there is a negative adjustment. The flexi-time balance itself can be
either positive or negative (within certain limits).

My sheet FUNCTIONS perfectly but will not DISPLAY any negative values,
either for the daily adjustments or the running balance. In such cases, the
cell is filled with "#######" so that the employee cannot see the real value.

Anyone know how to make Excel display the negative time values which it is
(apparently) storing correctly?

Grateful for any suggestions,
Pete

Is there a function in Excel to calculate time like on a timesheet for
payroll purposes? I don't want to buy special software to do this and I'd
rather not have manual processes.

I need to format an employee timesheet so that employee can enter time in /
lunch time / time out and get a total. Please help, I have tried everything
including Excels "timesheet" formula...doesn't work for what I need.
Thank You

I¬īm trying to make a timesheet, so far I have total hours but the daytime
hours are from 7:30am to 16:30pm. Is there a formula that counts the hours
worked within this time and put¬īs that number in one cell and puts extra
hours in another cell.
I know that this might be hard to find out, couse I want to have it easy for
me to use, it would be best if I could enter the starttime and endtime for
each day and excel would calculate the rest.

Need to create an Excel Timesheet that calculates the hours and minutes
worked daily, based on the time-in/time-out. Then allow the calculated daily
time to total for the week. Am having to make Excel jump through hoops so
far. Any ideas/suggestions?

Hi,

This is my first post in this forum and I've got myself doozy of a problem

I'm busy recreating our overtime claim form and had some success with the calculation of breaks from overall time.
The problem i'm now facing is how to calculate hours on adjusted rate..
I have an idea what to with Min/max to determine a time, I hit a brick wall when a shift starts in normal time, crosses all of ajusted rate, and ends in normal time again.

Attached is a copy of the test sheet - I have tried a few approaches as some of the red values show, and some of the test values I randomly have on the right-hand side outside of the sheet.

The conditions are:

Automatically deduct 30 minutes for every 6hrs+ worked (mandatory break) per time in/out. (working)
Show total hours worked below each day (working)
Calculate adjusted rate for hours worked between 8pm-6am (NOT WORKING)
EDIT: Times must be written in the same day as Start/Finish, allowing for cross from one day to another

Same conditions apply for weekend work

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I wouldn't be asking is I hadn't searched google and numerous excel-related sites for an obvious solution. A lot of the formulas used have been based on answers found elsewehere but i have reached an impasse with my current knowledge,
Where possible, I'd like to avoid using VBA,
It really is driving me to distraction, so any help or pointers in the right direction would be appreciated

Excel timesheet including variable start and finish times for different
employees over a fortnightly period.
Should be capable of charting numerous employees and indicating when they
are on annual leave, on call, rostered on, over-time etc.
Different coloured cells would indicate different duties ie.
ROSTERED ON NORMAL DUTIES
COMPLAINTS NORTH
COMPLAINTS SOUTH/POUND
PARKING
ON CALL

and leave ie.
ROSTERED DAY OFF
ALLOCATED DAY OFF
TIME IN LIEU
PUBLIC SERVICE HOLIDAY
PUBLIC HOLIDAY
APPROVED REC LEAVE
SICK / WORKERS COMP LEAVE
OTHER LEAVE
A legend would be required at top of spreadsheet.

Spreadsheet should automatically calculate hours worked on a daily basis and
at the end of the pay period.
This roster would be appropriate for rangers, police etc. and enable
employees to see who was on duty at a glance.


No luck finding an answer? You could always try Google.