Timesheet Formula

floaustin

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I want to create a spreadsheet in Excel 2000 in which I enter my start time, lunch out and lunch in times and show the total hours as 8. I then want to enter a formula in the end time column to show the time I should punch out in order to not go over 8 hours.
 

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Hi Lenze,

Thank you for your response but it does not seem to provide the formula I need.

I want to have 8 hours in the total hours worked column and have a formula in the end time column to compute the time I should punch out in order to not go over 8 hours. I have flexible hours and don't always take just one hour for lunch so this would be helpful.

Thanks. Flo
 
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If:
A2 contains start time
B2 contains lunch start time
C2 contains lunch end time
Put his formula in D2:
Code:
=(A2+0.3334)+(C2-B2)
Format as Time.
This will give the "Go Home Time".
 
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