Finding Difference Between Two Times

TAPS_MikeDion

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Hello,

I have been trying without any luck to find the time difference (Sun - Sat, employee start & finish times) between two columns of times, but the finish time may go into the next day. I found a post here that I thought might work, but VBA MOD is apparently different from Excel MOD.

I merely have columns starting as "SUN Start Time", "SUN Finish Time", "MON Start Time", "MON Finish Time", and so on until "SAT Finish Time" and need to find the time difference between each days start and finish in order to combine them and find the total hours worked in a week.

If needed, the columns go from "AO" (col # 41) to "BB" (col # 54)

Thanks to whomever jumps in on this to help!
 

TAPS_MikeDion

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This is what I needed to do once the numerical value of the difference in hours per day was calculated:

Code:
   'Budget is pre-set in another column
   'PayRate is pre-set in another column
   'MPay = Monthly Pay
   'MPayout = string of the monthly pay so I can set the format
   'of the string to show in the label on the PayrollInformationForm

   HrsWorked = Sunday + Monday + Tuesday + Wednesday + Thursday + Friday + Saturday
   MPay = (HrsWorked * PayRate) * 4.3
   MPayout = CStr(MPay)
   
   If MPay > MBudget Then PayrollInformationForm.MonthlyPay.ForeColor = vbRed
    
   MPayout = Format(MPayout, "$###,###.00")
   PayrollInformationForm.MonthlyPay = MPayout
 

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