# MINUTE’s calculation

#### hsandeep

##### Well-known Member
I am looking for formula (in a cell F2) to get difference in MINUTES from D2 (system’s time being regularly getting updated) & B2 with a limit in C2

F2=0 IF
EITHER D2 < B2
OR D2 > C2

How to accomplish?
I am using Excel 2007
Sheet1

 B C D E F 2 10:30:00 11:00:00 10:36:18 6

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#### DanteAmor

##### Well-known Member
Could be.

=SI(D2 > B2,D2-B2,B2-D2)

But what relationship does cell C2 have?
You could give more examples and the expected results.

#### hsandeep

##### Well-known Member
Could be.

=SI(D2 > B2,D2-B2,B2-D2) formula is not clear

But what relationship does cell C2 have?
You could give more examples and the expected results.

C2=It is maximum time after which F2 should become 0

#### DanteAmor

##### Well-known Member
Try this

=IF(OR(D2 < B2,D2 > C2),0,D2-B2)

#### hsandeep

##### Well-known Member

Try this

=IF(OR(D2 < B2,D2 > C2),0,D2-B2)
It gives
 12:06:18 AM I need ONLY 6

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#### hsandeep

##### Well-known Member
From my original post F2 has to fill value which shows that 6 minutes have passed since 10:30:00 & system's time is STILL BETWEEN B2 & C2

#### DanteAmor

##### Well-known Member

Change the format of cell F2 to General

=IF(OR(D2<B2,D2>C2),0,MINUTE(D2-B2))

#### hsandeep

##### Well-known Member

=IF(OR(D2<b2,d2>C2),0,MINUTE(D2-B2))[/QUOTE]
Thanks DanteAmor. IT WORKS.........I re-phrased the formula =IF(OR(D2>=C2,D2<B2),0,MINUTE(D2-B2)) with your help

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#### DanteAmor

##### Well-known Member
(Again with problems with the forum editor, delete the formulas)

 =IF(OR(D2C2),0,MINUTE(D2-B2))

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