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    Need help in IF formula with multiple time stamp ranges to extract S/Leave and Half Day

    Dear Experts,

    I tried so many times but cant get the formula what to use for it. i am sure my experts Excelforum family will help me out from this confusing scenario. below is the explanation what kind of formula i need to add also attaching a file.

    I need to extract Short Leave and Half Day from the IN and OUT timings.

    if IN time is before 8:30 AM than show me on time or blank.
    if IN time is greater than 8:30 AM and before 10:10 AM it will consider Short Leave.
    if IN time is greater than 12:10 PM it will be Half Day. Same for the OUT.
    if OUT time is greater than 15:10 PM it will be Short Leave.

    Thanks in advance for your precious time and help.
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    Last edited by Waqas Gul; 06-23-2022 at 10:19 AM.

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    Re: Need help in IF formula or any suitable formula

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    Re: Need help in IF formula with multiple time stamp ranges to extract S/Leave and Half Da

    Thanks for the title change.

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    Re: Need help in IF formula with multiple time stamp ranges to extract S/Leave and Half Da

    I'm struggling to make sense of your criteria:

    IN:
    8:30 or earlier = "On Time" (but row 19 is marked as Short Leave for IN at 08:10?)
    8:30 to 10:10 = "Short Leave"
    10:10 to 12:10 = "Short Leave" as well? As per row 16?
    After 12:10 = "Half Day"

    OUT
    15:10 or later = "On Time"
    12:10 to 15:10 = "Short Leave"? But row 14 marked as Half Day for 15:00? And row 20 marked as On Time for 13:25?
    Before 12:10 = "Half Day"?

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    Re: Need help in IF formula with multiple time stamp ranges to extract S/Leave and Half Da

    I am Sorry and Thanks @nick.williams for correcting me.

    i am attaching revised file where i did mistake.
    Last edited by Waqas Gul; 06-23-2022 at 10:20 AM.

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    Re: Need help in IF formula with multiple time stamp ranges to extract S/Leave and Half Da

    You haven't made it particularly clear, in your latest example you have changed it so now there are no times in the range 10:10 to 12:10.

    Also for OUT you say "after 12:10 PM will consider half day" and "after 15:10 PM will consider Short Leave"...I presume you mean before, not after?

    Anyway I think the easiest is if you make some reference tables then it's asy to change to what you want. So I made a table for IN stating in J17:

    Start End Description
    00:00 08:30 On Time
    08:31 10:10 Short Leave
    10:11 12:10 Short Leave
    12:11 23:59 Half Day

    and a table for OUT starting in N17:

    Start End Description
    00:00 12:09 Half Day
    12:10 15:09 Short Leave
    15:10 23:59 On Time

    Then in D10 you can use the forumla:

    =IF(C10="IN",LOOKUP(B10,$J$18:$J$21,$L$18:$L$21),LOOKUP(B10,$N$18:$N$20,$P$18:$P$20))

    and copy down to other cells. See attached file.
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    Re: Need help in IF formula with multiple time stamp ranges to extract S/Leave and Half Da

    Great Help.... Bundle of Thanks @nick.williams , Now i can change time range by myself and all work great. really great.
    Last edited by AliGW; 06-24-2022 at 03:27 AM. Reason: PLEASE don't quote unnecessarily!

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