Help Needed with Scheduling Spreadsheet

jacob1974

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Hello! I have a question about creating a formula that will tell me--based on two different schedules, including different scheduled hours and different scheduled days--how much overlap time there is between two different work schedules per week.

Here is the example:

I work from 7:00 - 16:00, M-F. John works from 6:50 - 15:20 Sun, Mon, Fri and Sat. I'm looking to create a formula that will show me based on these hours and days, how much time overlaps (in minutes or hours) between John's schedule and my schedule. In other words, how many hours per week are we in the office together?

And by the way, I am using MS Excel 2007.

Any information you can provide will be most appreciated.

Thank you very much,

jacob1974
 
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Giordano Bruno

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Hi Jason,

Welcome. If you were to align the days and enter person A's hours in columns A:B and B's hours in columns C:D, you could try "=MAX(0,MIN(B1,D1)-MAX(A1,C1))" in column E.
 

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