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    Im looking for how excell turns minutes into tenth of an hour. As in; if cell A1=5:30pm then cell A1 would read 5.5p or pm.
    Im putting in cell..A1=5.5p,(pm)...in cell B1=2.0a,(am). Then in cell C1= the total elapsed time. That will make it past midnight.
    .....B1=2.0a..(-)..A1=5.5p....C1=8.5hours.

    [ This Message was edited by: cblincoln43 on 2002-04-04 09:21 ]

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    As in; if cell A1=5:30pm then cell A1 would read 5.5p or pm.
    Can't be done with formatting.

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    On 2002-04-04 09:20, cblincoln43 wrote:
    Im looking for how excell turns minutes into tenth of an hour. As in; if cell A1=5:30pm then cell A1 would read 5.5p or pm.
    Im putting in cell..A1=5.5p,(pm)...in cell B1=2.0a,(am). Then in cell C1= the total elapsed time. That will make it past midnight.
    .....B1=2.0a..(-)..A1=5.5p....C1=8.5hours.

    [ This Message was edited by: cblincoln43 on 2002-04-04 09:21 ]

    [ This Message was edited by: cblincoln43 on 2002-04-04 09:22 ]
    Hi cblincoln43:
    cell A2 ... 5:30 PM
    cell B2 ... 2:00 AM

    cell c2 ... =IF(B2-A2<0,B2-A2+1,B2-A2)*24
    format cell C2 as CUSTOM 0.00 "hours"
    result

    8.50 hours





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    Does this mean i have to use the 12hour clock as an in 5:00pm,, not tenthsas in 5.0 pm or(p)

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