In excel what is the formula or how do i calculate the amount of minutes over 60 minutes and give the result as a number?
For example if worker a) starts at 13:30 and finishes at 14:10, no time is added. If worker b) starts at 13:30 also but finishes at 14:50, 20 minutes need to be the result. Start time is in one cell, end time in another cell both in hh:mm format, the result in third cell as just a number.
I believe something something along the lines of the following would help you:
(in cell C1, assuming A1 and B1 being "start time" and "end time" respectively, in text)
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