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    Formula for time displayed within a staff rota

    Hi,

    Reopening a project you guys have previously helped me with, everything you did works well but I am just looking for a slight amendment.

    I have attached the project and removed sensitive data, sheet 2 & 3 are locked as these need no change.

    Sheet 1 Tuesday onward is not needed so again cells are locked.

    This example focuses on sheet 1 cells C3:T38 and V3:W38 and I think its the formulas in columns V&W that need amending.

    V6:Y7 show the results I am looking for but I want this to be true when the data in D9:R10 is used and not the data currently used as in D6:R7.

    Basically it already works exactly as I want except I want,
    0.25 in D6 to result 6.45 in V6
    0.75 in L6 to result 14.45 in W6
    0.75 in J7 to result 12.15 in V7
    0.25 in R7 to result 20.15 inR7

    This is to fall in line with things already used in my workplace, otherwise I would use it as it is.

    Thanks
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    Re: Formula for time displayed within a staff rota

    With the values applied to D6, L6, J7 & R7 per your summary, the below should return your desired results

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    note: the above do not require Array entry

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    Re: Formula for time displayed within a staff rota

    Try this
    In V3 then copied down
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    In W3 then copied down
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    Array formula should be confirmed with Ctrl+Shift+Enter keys together.
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    Re: Formula for time displayed within a staff rota

    XLent

    Your formula works perfect for getting the required result in the "start" & "finish" time required, but has now altered the "total paid" hours in column Y.

    Looking at the new attachment, ignore the input for C45:T80, this is just to show the desired results in V45:Y80.
    In the Tuesday example this shows the correct results for "start", "finish", "lunch" & "total paid".
    In the Monday example using your formula the "start", "finish" & "lunch" results are now as required but the "total paid" is wrong when using 0.25 & 0.75.

    Looking at the legend on sheet 3, LE & LL represent a half hour unpaid break, so this would be deducted from the total hours worked.

    I also tried adding IFERROR to remove unwanted data in empty cells like in V45:Y80 but this didn't work.

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    Re: Formula for time displayed within a staff rota

    kvsrinivasamurthy

    Your suggestions still gave an incorrect time, entering 0.25 in D6 resulted in 6.15 start when I need this to be 6.45.

    Thanks anyway.

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    Re: Formula for time displayed within a staff rota

    OK, to break this into two pieces

    1. to remove unwanted errors

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    2. for hours worked... I might be over simplifying here but... is it not simply?

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    Re: Formula for time displayed within a staff rota

    XLent, you are a star.

    Works perfectly for what I needed to achieve. Thank you.

    Its funny how fixing one problem creates another in Excel lol, I now have issues in column B but that's another story which I'll try and fix. I'm really starting to love Excel and how powerful it is.

    Again thank you!

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