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Working Out Pay Periods & Contract Hours

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    Working Out Pay Periods & Contract Hours

    could you please help me with my formulas?
    for some reason the number of pay periods doesnt show anything (every 2 week is a pay period)
    also the total contract hours doesnt work either new 1.PNGnew 2.PNG
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    Re: formula problem

    Can you drop it in a sample book (Follow the Yellow Banner up top)

    =IFNA(IF(OR(M6 <-- Your image doesnt even show M column so there is no way for us to evaluate beyond that... it is always best to make a sample file that holds the exact formula and a mock up of when it should work as well as should not work with an explanation of what you want.
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    Re: Working Out Pay Periods & Contract Hours

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