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Creating vacation accrual spreadsheet

Im trying to create a spread sheet showing employees' accrued vacations as at December 31,2008. For each month an employee is entitled to 1.25 day and 15 days for a year.

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Here is one way to do it:
1. In column A enter the name
2. In column B enter their start date in the format day-month-2008 (31-12-2008 for Dec. 31, 2008); if a day is less than 10, put zero in front (03, 04, etc.)
3. In column C put 31-12-2008 (December 31, 2008, the last day of the year)
4. In column D, put C1-B1 and format as a number with 2 places after the period (10.25 for example) if you want to track partial days, other format for no zeroes after the period (13)
5. In column E, put this formula:
(D2/30)*1.25 (assuming this is line 2)
You can then copy these lines as many times as you need to, total them, etc.

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