Hour of the Day Between Two Time Periods

CJ_15

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Hello - I am looking to determine which hours of the day (not total) were worked between two time periods. In the below example, first row, I am looking for a formula to drag across the hours of the day based on clock in and clock out times, rounded to the nearest quarter of an hour (expressed where 15 mins = 0.25). I manually entered the data shown in yellow/red columns to show what I am looking for the end result to be. I thought the FLOOR function with a nested IF would help me, but I'm having trouble with the logic. Thank you very much for any assistance you can provide.

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STARTDTM.2ENDDTM.1ENDDTM.2Worked Time Hours12 AM - 1 AM1 AM - 2 AM2 AM - 3 AM3 AM - 4 AM4 AM - 5 AM5 AM - 6 AM6 AM - 7 AM7 AM - 8 AM8 AM - 9 AM9 AM - 10 AM10 AM - 11 AM
5:42 PM​
7/1/2020​
10:12 PM​
4.5​
0.25​
1​
1​
1​
1​
0.25​
10:42 PM​
7/1/2020​
11:00 PM​
0.3​
0.3​
11:00 PM​
7/2/2020​
12:00 AM​
1​
12:00 AM​
7/2/2020​
6:00 AM​
6​
1​
1​
1​
1​
1​
1​
 

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maabadi

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if you want to See minutes also you should change Number format at Data that input times.
1. I changed first column to Start time of each column then:
Book1
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
1STARTDTM.2ENDDTM.1ENDDTM.2Worked Time Hours12:00:00 AM1:00:00 AM2:00:00 AM3:00:00 AM4:00:00 AM5:00:00 AM6:00:00 AM7:00:00 AM8:00:00 AM9:00:00 AM10:00:00 AM
25:42 PM7/1/202010:12 PM4.50.2511110.25
310:42 PM7/1/202011:00 PM0.30.3
411:00 PM7/2/202012:00 AM0
512:00 AM7/2/20206:00 AM6111111
6
7Criteria 1Criteria 2Sumifs
8For Row27:00:00 AM10:00:00 AM3.25
9For Total7:00:00 AM10:00:00 AM3.55
Sheet1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
D2:D5D2=SUM(E2:O2)
D8:D9D8=$L$1
E8:E9E8=$O$1
F8F8=SUMIFS($E$2:$O$2,$E$1:$O$1,">="&$L$1,$E$1:$O$1,"<"&$O$1+1/24)
F9F9=SUMPRODUCT(($E$2:$O$5)*($E$1:$O$1>=D9)*($E$1:$O$1<(E9+1/24)))
 

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