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Thread: Subtracting dates, helpdesk is stumped

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    This was given to our helpdesk who struck out. Here's the original question: How do I take 3/25/02 9:00PM and subtract 3/24/02 7:00PM to get time difference in decimal hours? Please email back spread sheet with example

    Any ideas? Feel free to email me.

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    Hiya,

    Try this:

    (date1 - date2)*24

    (format the cell for number)

    That should do it.

    Adam

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    This web page has lots of info about working with dates and times..........


    http://www.cpearson.com/excel/datearith.htm

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