This is what i need to do.

I need to calculate accumulated hours from two inputs.

example.

Create date: 10/19/2008 13:08

Due date: 10/23/2008 13:08

then i need a formula that will calculate how many hours have accumulated from create date to due date.

Thanks.

As stated, the forumla solution in is

= (Due Date - Create Date) x 24

However, the key is that the result cell (where the formula is) should be formatted using the 'general' format, not date/time. So, I think in this example, the result should be 730.65 hours

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

Hello ycool11,
If your asking what i think you are the formula would be

=(a2-a1)*24

That assumes a2 is that last date entered and a1 is the initial starting date. if you would like a more intense formula let me know and i'm sure i can help.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

The WorkDay Function returns a number that's the serial date that is the indicated number of working days from a given date (the starting date). Working days EXCLUDE weekends and any dates identified as holidays. Use WORKDAY to exclude weekends or holidays when you calculate invoice due dates, expected delivery times, or the number of days of work performed.

The Syntax is:

=WORKDAY(start_date,days,holidays)

where:

- start_date is in Date format (and can be a calculated value);

- days is a number of elapsed days after start_date (can be calculated, can be negative to indicate a date BEFORE start_date);

- holidays is an array of holidays you can specify if desired.

The Syntax is:

=WORKDAY(start_date,days,holidays)

where:

- start_date is in Date format (and can be a calculated value);

- days is a number of elapsed days after start_date (can be calculated, can be negative to indicate a date BEFORE start_date);

- holidays is an array of holidays you can specify if desired.

May 01, 2014 | Microsoft Excel for PC

This is too complicated for a help site like this, you are going to want to consult an excel forum, or some excel professional in your area. This is far beyond the scope of what you can expect for $15, which I'm sure you now realize after 10 days of trying.

Thanks

Tim

Thanks

Tim

Sep 26, 2010 | Microsoft Excel for PC

The solution would be to have an input column(e.g. A) that is separate to the hours and overtime columns. Then in the hours column enter =IF(A1<40,A1,40) and in the overtime column =IF(A1<41,0,A1-40)

Oct 28, 2009 | Microsoft Excel for PC

There are a couple of types of spreadsheet - Depending on the size of the data you are working with - filter may the quickest option or Query report.

Your worksheet will contain all your data i.e. Customer, contact no, outstaning actions and due date - You can create a filter aon this set criteria on the due data - as less than or equal to todays date - which will only display your outstanding actions required by today or earlier.

Another option if you have installed MS Query, is to create a seperate report - again using the criteria of due date being less than or equal to today.

Producing this from your existing data is much easier than trying to re-create your data - But I can send you how I would create this sheet if the above explanation is not easy to follow - If you let me have your email address.

Your worksheet will contain all your data i.e. Customer, contact no, outstaning actions and due date - You can create a filter aon this set criteria on the due data - as less than or equal to todays date - which will only display your outstanding actions required by today or earlier.

Another option if you have installed MS Query, is to create a seperate report - again using the criteria of due date being less than or equal to today.

Producing this from your existing data is much easier than trying to re-create your data - But I can send you how I would create this sheet if the above explanation is not easy to follow - If you let me have your email address.

May 31, 2009 | Microsoft Office Excel 2003 for PC

not sure if this is what you are after entirely but should at least help you out some what

=DATEDIF(A3,C3,"m")/3

As you said you cant just divide by 3 but I have divided the formula by 3 to see how many 3 months will go into the output you could maybe have another formula to divide it by 2 to see if it will divide by 2 to see if you get a whole number or not, if you do then you can just return the first part before the dot ( using split function ) and if the value is less then 1 then obviously the 3 months has not passed between the 2 dates

=DATEDIF(A3,C3,"m")/3

As you said you cant just divide by 3 but I have divided the formula by 3 to see how many 3 months will go into the output you could maybe have another formula to divide it by 2 to see if it will divide by 2 to see if you get a whole number or not, if you do then you can just return the first part before the dot ( using split function ) and if the value is less then 1 then obviously the 3 months has not passed between the 2 dates

May 09, 2009 | Microsoft Office Excel 2003 for PC

Brenda,

Your problem is not so much the formula but the cells that contain the hours for each call. Since they contain the text “hrs” (for example “2.25hrs”) this turns the whole cell to text, not numeric, which will always add up to zero in Excel. So do two things:

- Change the cells in column H (Time Spent) to numeric (2.25 instead of 2.25hrs) – you might want to change the column header to Time Spent In Hrs just to b clear

- Use this formula =SUMIF(E8:E26, 1, H8:H26)

For the formula change the middle number to correspond to the operator ID – for example for operator 2 change the formula to =SUMIF(E8:E26, 2, H8:H26)

This should do it.

BTW, sent you a similar email about this.

Your problem is not so much the formula but the cells that contain the hours for each call. Since they contain the text “hrs” (for example “2.25hrs”) this turns the whole cell to text, not numeric, which will always add up to zero in Excel. So do two things:

- Change the cells in column H (Time Spent) to numeric (2.25 instead of 2.25hrs) – you might want to change the column header to Time Spent In Hrs just to b clear

- Use this formula =SUMIF(E8:E26, 1, H8:H26)

For the formula change the middle number to correspond to the operator ID – for example for operator 2 change the formula to =SUMIF(E8:E26, 2, H8:H26)

This should do it.

BTW, sent you a similar email about this.

May 07, 2009 | Microsoft Excel 2007 Home and Student...

Once your data has been input into Excel - I assume you can do this via importing an outstanding debtors deport.

The easiest way I can see is by Pivot Table.

Your data should include open invoices and their respective due dates, it will be easier if you could covert these due dates into months - Create a pivot entering customer, outstanding values as your data and due months as your range.

The easiest way I can see is by Pivot Table.

Your data should include open invoices and their respective due dates, it will be easier if you could covert these due dates into months - Create a pivot entering customer, outstanding values as your data and due months as your range.

Feb 22, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

Here is one way I just tried:

Say the date purchased is in A1.

You want the Est Life in A2.

In A2 type: =A1+(3*365)

That will add 3 years.

For 5 years: =A1+(5*365)

Try it out!

Note: You will need to format the cells to Custom>mm/dd/yyyy

Say the date purchased is in A1.

You want the Est Life in A2.

In A2 type: =A1+(3*365)

That will add 3 years.

For 5 years: =A1+(5*365)

Try it out!

Note: You will need to format the cells to Custom>mm/dd/yyyy

Nov 21, 2008 | Microsoft Excel for PC

for example, cell A1 has date (01-01-2008) and cell A2 has current date (08-24-2008) and cell A3 shows total days, is that you want to know? if yes, apply formula as under...

cell A3......(properties set as General to show digits)................ =SUM(A2-A1)

cell A3......(properties set as General to show digits)................ =SUM(A2-A1)

Aug 25, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007:...

If I understand correctly, you want to figure the normal wages at 40 hours and less. If there is more then 40 hours, calculate the normal 40 hours, then calculate the hours overtime (time and a half) and add them to get a total.

B5 columns are filled with this:

=IF(A5>$B$1,($B$2*$B$1)+((A5-$B$1)*($B$3)),A5*$B$2)

NOTE: The $ sign doesn't refer to money, it refers to an absolute reference so when copying a formula, the cell references with a $ sign are fixed and don't adjust according to the relative position to where it's being pasted.

Please rate as FixYa! or ask please clarify. ThankYa!

B5 columns are filled with this:

=IF(A5>$B$1,($B$2*$B$1)+((A5-$B$1)*($B$3)),A5*$B$2)

NOTE: The $ sign doesn't refer to money, it refers to an absolute reference so when copying a formula, the cell references with a $ sign are fixed and don't adjust according to the relative position to where it's being pasted.

Please rate as FixYa! or ask please clarify. ThankYa!

Oct 22, 2007 | Microsoft Excel 2003 (06503995)

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it did not work, here are the inputs i tried and hours is the result with your formula.

A2 - DUE DATE 11/14/2008 20:24

A1 - CREATE DATE 10/15/2008 9:45

=(A2-A1)*24 - HOURS 12/30/1901 15:48

result with formula: 12/30/1901 15:48

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14.09

1-Feb-09

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31-Jan-09

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17.18

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