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How to calculate total downtime of a perticulor ticket. for ex: if a perticulor ticket being opened three days before and the end time would be 4th or 5th day, so the ticket details would be containing, the date (mm/dd/yy) of ticket being logged, time (hh:mm:ss), date the issue resolved (mm/dd/yy) and the time (hh:mm:ss), in 4 different columns. So in that case how do we caluculate total downtime of the ticket

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Cell 1 = logged in date <mm/dd/yy>
cell 2 = logged in time <hh:mm:ss>
cell 3 = resolved date <mm/dd/yy>
cell 4 = resolved time <hh:mm:ss>
cell 5 = cell 4 + cell 3 - cell 2 - cell 1 <general format>
cell 6 = day(cell 5) <general format>
cell 7 = hour(cell 5)&":"&minute(cell 5)&":"&second(cell 5) <general format>

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