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Excel time calculations that cross the midnight hour

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What formula would be needed in time card calculations when the daily schedule passed the mignight hour.

Thank you for your help,
Robert
midnight-time.xlsx
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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Try something like this in E7

=((D7<D4)+D7)*24
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barry houdini earned 500 total points
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You could change E8 formula to this

=MOD(E7-E6,24)+MOD(E5-E4,24)

and that will give you correct 9.50 without needing to change E7 formula

or use this formula in E7

=((D7<D6)+D7)*24

and leave E8 unchanged

regards, barry
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by:rws1
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Thank you Barry, =MOD(E7-E6,24)+MOD(E5-E4,24), was the correct answer for my formula.
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