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Hi there,

I'm having problem trying to convert the [H]:mm time to the [H]:decimal minute for the spreadsheet that I'm attaching here(problem in blue column). The time cumulative needs to be in decimal so that the graph (diffusion vs. time) would look right. I tried the 24*A1 solution but since the cell has other arithmetic function it messes up the numbers. Could someone please help.

regards,

ZaHiR

I'm having problem trying to convert the [H]:mm time to the [H]:decimal minute for the spreadsheet that I'm attaching here(problem in blue column). The time cumulative needs to be in decimal so that the graph (diffusion vs. time) would look right. I tried the 24*A1 solution but since the cell has other arithmetic function it messes up the numbers. Could someone please help.

regards,

ZaHiR

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Is there a formula or easy way to automatically convert a custom h:mm format

to a decimal format?

Situation:

I am working on putting together an Excel Template for my boss for our

departmental time sheets. I currently have these basic categories setup

(worded differently but will use descriptive terms in this example).

Day AM TIME IN, AM TIME OUT, PM TIME IN, PM TIME OUT, Total (h:mm

format), and then a Total column (Decimal format)

Currently I have the AM, PM cells and Total h:mm cells formatted as "custom"

and set to "h:mm". And the Total Decimal Column format is set to "Number" and

to 2 decimal places. Reason for 2 total columns is to sum the h:mm values to

get a total value, and payroll needs the values in a decimal format (e.g.

8.25 hours).

Suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Cordially,

Is there a formula or easy way to automatically convert a custom h:mm format

to a decimal format?

Situation:

I am working on putting together an Excel Template for my boss for our

departmental time sheets. I currently have these basic categories setup

(worded differently but will use descriptive terms in this example).

Day AM TIME IN, AM TIME OUT, PM TIME IN, PM TIME OUT, Total (h:mm

format), and then a Total column (Decimal format)

Currently I have the AM, PM cells and Total h:mm cells formatted as "custom"

and set to "h:mm". And the Total Decimal Column format is set to "Number" and

to 2 decimal places. Reason for 2 total columns is to sum the h:mm values to

get a total value, and payroll needs the values in a decimal format (e.g.

8.25 hours).

Suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Cordially,

I use Excel 2007,

I want to substract time values in [h]:mm format,

for example I want to substract 35:00 from 80:00 and I want to see 45:00 as a result,

Also I want to substract 70:00 from 30:00 and I want to get -40:00 as a result,

but excel does not display negatve results, it displays "#######" instead. How can i fix it?

Thanks,

Best Regards,

Data in fraction-format

125'08.5

125'14.0

124'17.5

....needs to be converted to decimal-format:

125.265625

125.4375

124.546875

Where '08.5 = 8.5/32 = 0.265625

'14.0 = 14.0/32 = 0.4375

'17.5 = 17.5/32 = 0.546875

ie number after apostrophe is the numerator-value in the format xx.x, denominator value=32):

Thanks in advance for your help and the great forum.

In Excel 2007, I am trying to make calculation on cells containing time in [h]:mm format. However, it doesn't work when the result is negative, and get only ####### instead! Is there any way to obtain the proper negative result?

Thanks for your valuable time.

work, I do the time cards for work and I'm using Excel to perform the

functions. I have no problem with adding and subtracting the times in single

cells or totalling all of the time. If I come up with a person having 47

hours and 13 minutes how do I get Excel to convert 47:13 to 47.22 so that I

can then multiply the 40 by hourly rate and the 7.22 by 1.5 the hourly rate ?

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Zsolt

I'm new to the board, but can see this being a valuable resource for me in the future. I am trying to do two things:

1. Convert date and time in this format from GMT -> EST for these dates / times.

Current format is: YYYY-MM-DD-HH-MM-SS-MSMSMSMSMSMS

2010-03-18-03.55.30.477460

2010-03-18-03.55.30.648572

2. After converting, I need to find out the difference between the two dates / times.

Would appreciate any help anyone can provide.

Thank you in advance!

I'm trying to write a macro where the current time needs to b compared with a parameter entered by user.

The user enters the time in hh:mm:ss.ms format.

This is the code im trying to use

VB:where startTime is the user param for eg:09:15:01.001((Format(Now, "hh:mm:ss.ms") = startTime)) Workbooks("OrderTrigger").Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("H" & (length + j)).Value = 0 End IfIf you like these VB formatting tags please consider sponsoring the author in support of injured Royal Marines

When this condition is true nothing seems to be happening...

Please let me know if there is some other way to do it...

Thanks in advance for any help!

I need your assistance:

I have a Date in dd/mm/yyyy & time in h:mm:s format in 2 cells. I want to calculate the lapsed time. I normall use =now()-A2 for any time lapse. But when it is associated with a date, say for eg.

A1 : 26/02/2007

A2 : 16:08:35

Lapsed time in A3 as per my formula (=now()-A2) is not considering the lapsed days.

My requirements are:

The lapsed time should be calculated keeping in consideration of A1 date and the current date. The result need to be in "minutes"

From the lapsed time, I should be able to get a data in another cell with the following conditions

=lapsed time-(55 minutes)

So this should help me in finding how we are approaching to 55 minutes and there should be a conditional format in this cell that if the resulting time in minutes crosses 55 minutes, it should change its colour.....

Pl help me in this

Khanna

sheet I have been given has its base cell (C7) that has been named as Mhours.

This is defined as adding the values in row seven cells from D to AA. The

values for these cells are copied from another spreadsheet where the hours

are displayed in the h:mm format.

My problem is that to calculate I have to drop the : and replace it with a .

instead. The sum of D7:AA7 is not a true h:mm value and, therefore, makes

the final value incorrect.

What formula should be in the definition of the named cell or is there an

alternative formula without naming the cell (C7)? I have tried the

'=TEXT(D7:AA7,"h:mm")' formula, but this does not work; an error seems to

indicate a conflict with the two :'s.

Thanks.

I think I may have a new issue regarding the formatting of times greater than 24 hours using VBA. I have researched many forums regarding this problem without success.

On this Ozgrid forum on February 8, 2008, Andy Pope posted this code:

VB:This seems to work fine. However, I want to show only hours and minutes and thus modified Andy's code as follows:WorksheetFunction frmMainMenu.Label3.caption = .Text(. Sum(Worksheets("open"). Range("g2:g60000"")), "[h]:mm:ss") End WithIf you like these VB formatting tags please consider sponsoring the author in support of injured Royal Marines

VB:The output is fine (i.e. hours and minutes) until my variable TimeTestData is >=1 at which point, the format reverts - for some reason - to hh:mm:ss.TimeFormatTester() Dim TimeTestData As Single Dim i As Integer For i = 1 To 10 Cells(i, 1).Clear 'Clear all previous contents and formats TimeTestData = 0.5 + i / 10 'Start at noon and increment by 2.4 hours 'Modified Andy Pope's suggestion posted on Ozgrid on February 8, 2008 Cells(i, 1) = WorksheetFunction.Text(TimeTestData, "[h]:mm") Next i End SubIf you like these VB formatting tags please consider sponsoring the author in support of injured Royal Marines

I'd love to know what's going on, and find a fix which leaves the cell contents as a number.

Thanks.

3:28 3.5

8:50 8.8

9:26 9.4

10:42 10.7

12:57 12.9

14:12 14.2

39:27 15.4

41:42 17.7

59:57 11.9

Thanks in advance for the help!

Start Finish Break Hours

10:00 19:00 00:30 8:30:00

07:00 19:00 00:30 11:30:00

07:00 19:00 00:30 11:30:00

07:00 19:00 00:30 11:30:00

07:00 17:00 00:30 9:30:00

Total 52:30:00

Basic 35:00:00

OverT 17:30:00

I now need to convert the Basic and OverT to decimal and multiply them by the rate of pay. for instance

Running total

Basic 175.00 x 9.00 = £1575.00

OverT 87.50 x 12.00 = £1050.00

Gross = £2650.00

For some reason 35:00:00 always comes out as 11.00.

I'm probably being a thicko and missing something simple, but I'm an electrician not a computer wizz.

I am having trouble in making a Sub procedure for an excel file, and I was wondering if someone could help me write the code. Here is the problem:

I have an excel sheet that only has dates in Column A. In Column B, I have times in h:mm format corresponding to the date. An example section:

A B C D

2/13/2006 22:01 11762 CFM

2/13/2006 22:16 10843 CFM

2/13/2006 22:31 11033 CFM

2/13/2006 22:46 10971 CFM

2/13/2006 23:01 11015 CFM

2/13/2006 23:16 11742 CFM

2/13/2006 23:31 11057 CFM

2/13/2006 23:46 11045 CFM

2/14/2006 0:01 11617 CFM

2/14/2006 0:16 6771 CFM

2/14/2006 0:31 7506 CFM

2/14/2006 0:46 7732 CFM

2/14/2006 1:01 7553 CFM

2/14/2006 1:16 10849 CFM

2/14/2006 1:31 11045 CFM

2/14/2006 1:46 10791 CFM

2/14/2006 2:01 10881 CFM What I need to do is have only one row in the same date for the specific hour period. i.e, For 2/13/2006, there would be only one row for the hour 23:mm, deleting the other 23:mm for the same date. The criteria is the minutes closest to 00. i.e, if there is 12:05 and 12:23, it would pick 12:05 and delete the other(s).

I could do this manually but it would take forever since there are 17 sheets with around 7000+ rows .

I would really appreciate the help for this! Btw, this is for a college research project relating to airconditioning.

col A

2010.12.27 06:27

2010.12.27 08:45

2010.12.27 09:37

2010.12.27 10:33

col B

2010.12.27 08:10

2010.12.27 09:15

2010.12.27 10:29

2010.12.27 13:38

and i'm trying to subtract A from B but getting nowhere, i'm trying to get the answer in dd-hh:mm

i'm looking for the time elapsed.

thanks for any help anyone can give

can anyone help?

I am trying to show times in HH:MM:SS however if the time in 00:02:57 excel will not display the first to zero's. I need these to be displayed.

Is there i way i can do this? The current formatting on the cell is hh:mm:ss.

Thanks

Clare

I have a column that adds time which has been formatted to HH:MM in custom

format. Just noticed that once the result reaches 24 hours then it restarts

at zero. Not exactly what I had in mind! Could anyone suggest a workaround

for this please.

Whilst I'm here... I wanted to do a data validation for this range to ensure

that users enter times as HH:MM but couldn't figure out how to do it Time did

not seem to be the right option as users will be adding discreet amounts of

time rather than entering a specific time. Couldn't figure how to use custom;

tried HH:MM but think I'm barking up the wrong tree.

Any help would be very much appreciated.

TIA

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Smudge

In order to calulate a true sum ,for several hundered campaigns, I'm entering

the total time spent in h:mm:ss and multiplying for the cost(€) per hour.

This works until the amount of time spent has 5 digits in the hours (ie, 12926:44:00).

As soon as I have a time like that I get an #value! error in the cell where the multiplication is done.

I have noticed that in the cells where the time has less than 5 digits in the hours,

the format is a date/time even though that's not how I set it up or how I'm entering the data

(ie, I enter 7715:46:00, but 11/16/1900 11:46:00 AM appears in the formula bar).

Help. I need this for a report due ASAP and been unable to find an answer anywhere.

I am having trouble with converting h:mm to seconds. I copy and data from a report to excel and then I have a formula which helps me adjust a reps productivity. Here is my formula SUM(C7/100)+(D7/B7). I would like to have B7 converted to seconds to allow my formula to work. Any help would be appreciated.

Here is my attached worksheet

colum is Time. i.e. 4/11/2006 14.30

How should I do?

I need to create a spreadsheet that can convert time into hours, the inbuilt

functions only return times within a 24hour period which is completely

useless to me. I need to give a start date & time, i.e

24 August 2004 09:15

and an end date/time

24 August 2005 11:23

and have it return the total running time in a variety of formats, including

plain simple total hours (i.e. one years worth plus a couple).

Any ideas how to do this. I want to be able to keep a running total, as well

but I can probably figure it out once I can get the calculation for the

total (greater than 24 hours) hours working.

Regards

J

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