Conditional formatting of time in time out

Harold Garcia

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how can i conditional formatting the time in/time out having a graveyard shift (9:45pm to 5:45am)
and how can i compute the total hours an employee work in graveyard shift only (9:45pm to 5:45am), exceeding hours will not be taken out.

heres the sample data

Name
Time IN
Time Out
Time IN
Time Out
Time IN
Time Out
Dela Cruz, Juan
8:45pm
5:50am
10:30pm
5:56am
8:49pm
6:01am
Smith, John
1:10pm
10:01pm
1:45pm
10:00pm
1:20pm
9:58pm
Maloles, Helen
9:30pm
6:01am
8:49pm
5:50am
8:45pm
6:01am
Garcia, Patrick
1:30pm
10:00pm
2:30pm
10:00pm
1:14pm
9:55pm

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