Convert Time To Decimal In Excel

March 26, 2008 at 01:04:23
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I have set up a simple timecard in Excel. There is a time field for clocking in, and another for clocking out. I want Excel to then calculate the number of hours worked. I have used the advise on this site for the subject I am writting about.

The advise here has helped me in the same way. Only,I have a problem along the same line, excel will not calculate time in my example.
I have a clock in time of 9:00 PM and a clock out time of 1:00 AM. For some reason I get #### and a message that reads "Negative dates or times are displayed as ####". If I try to reverse the cells in the formula field, I get 20:00. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

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March 26, 2008 at 02:54:03
have you tried this formula?

Convert time to decimal

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May 22, 2008 at 21:24:51
I guess my real issue is that I can not get a formula to fit the following cel problems. A1= 11:00PM
B1= 07:30AM
C1= 8.5
For some reason the system does not recognize the ongoing clock. Only from one day at a time from 00:00 - 23:59.

Is there a way to have this formulate from a day to morning time and have it calculate a total?

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