Getting a total of time value.

Runescope

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I've got a column of 40 times (ranging from under 3 minutes to over 10) and I want to get a total. I've got the column formated for time, but what I'd really like is to switch it to a base 60 math.
 

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fitzrandolph

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Howdy.

I am not sure this answers your question or if this is what you have already, but I figured I would give it a shot.

I have a time sheet that I use to record times I work on a project. I have a start time and and end time. Both of them are Formatted using the Time 13:30:55 Format. Then I just subtract the two and I have the time I spent on a given day or period (also using the Time 13:30:55 Format). Finally I add up all of those times for my Total Hours. The Format I use on the Total Hours is Custom [h]:mm:ss;@ - the last selection under Custom.

I hope that helps.

-- Fitz
 

barrydb

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I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for but:

if you want .5 to represent 30 minutes,
you would have enter .5/24
 

lenze

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This may interest you. The yellow cells are custom formatted with 0 "min." The Green cell is custom formatted 0 "hr ".00 "min"

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