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    calculating hours and minutes for a timesheet

    I might be missing something obvious here, this seems like a relatively simple task but I am not getting the right calculations.
    How do I calculate Column E to just total the hours and minutes worked (from column C and D) in this attached timesheet?
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    Re: calculating hours and minutes for a timesheet

    Should it not be...
    =D4-C4

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    Re: calculating hours and minutes for a timesheet

    lol yes,thanks

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    Re: calculating hours and minutes for a timesheet

    How would I total the hours and minutes in cell f1 given the hourly rate of $100?

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    Re: calculating hours and minutes for a timesheet

    Do you mean...?
    =E1*24*H1

    Edit: Oh and I'd recommend using [h]:mm format on E1 instead of h:mm. [h] allows display of hours greater than 23.

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    Re: calculating hours and minutes for a timesheet

    Thanks, where did the 24 come from?

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    Re: calculating hours and minutes for a timesheet

    In Excel time is stored as decimal value. And 1 hour =1/24.
    So to convert it back to hour value you multiply by 24.

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    Re: calculating hours and minutes for a timesheet

    Great ok, thanks so much

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