Time Percentages

FF739johnny

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I am working on a spreadsheet for my company that is requiring me to track the downtime of our trucks. I want to create/use a formula that will give me the time for 24, 48, 72, 96, 120, and 168 hours. So basically the total amount of hours would have to change everyday per formula. I have already added in a very basic formula to calculate all the hours total, I just need help with the formula for the percentages for the certain hour span.

StatusEventsLog InDate and TimeUp Time Down TimeDay 1 24
In Service 0:000:00Day 2 48
Red Tagged OnsiteAir Lines/Elec 8/25/2019 12:3012:307:00Day 3 72
Red Tagged Onsite 0:000:00Day 4 96
In Service 0:000:00Day 5 120
Red Tagged Onsite 0:000:00Day 7 168
In Service 0:000:00Day 6 144
In Service 0:000:00Day 8 192
In Service 0:000:00Day 9 216
Totals180:30:007:00:00Day 10 240
Day 1 Sunday
Day 2 Monday
Day 3 Tuesday
Day 4 Wednesday
Day 5 Thursday
Day 6 Friday

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James006

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Hi,

You only to take whatever duration ... and format the cell as percentage ...

Hope this will help
 

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