Calculating between two different dates/time

sheilakhull

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This is probably pretty simple but I can't see it right now. I have an entrance date/time in cell F19 & an exit date/time in cell G19. I need the number of hours between the two.

Any help is greatly appreciated!
Sheila
 

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Brian from Maui

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sheilakhull said:
This is probably pretty simple but I can't see it right now. I have an entrance date/time in cell F19 & an exit date/time in cell G19. I need the number of hours between the two.

Any help is greatly appreciated!
Sheila

=Exit Time-Entrance Time

and format the cell that houses the formula as [h]:mm
 

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