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Calculating "greater than" after time difference worked out

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    Question Calculating "greater than" after time difference worked out

    Hi Folks

    I have calculated the difference in working time between two dates. All good so far. Output cell is in format custom format hh:mm.

    I now need to see whether the above is greater than four hours. I just tried a simple if clause, but this is not working.

    Has anyone any ideas?

    Thanks

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    Re: Calculating "greater than" after time difference worked out

    Hi barneyausten

    Although you have formatted the cell to read hh:mm excel "sees" the value as a part of a day so the formula you need is:

    =(OutputCell>.166667)

    edvwvw

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    Re: Calculating "greater than" after time difference worked out

    You could also use a formula like this

    =IF(A1>"4:00"+0,.....

    or

    =IF(A1*24>4,......
    Audere est facere

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    Re: Calculating "greater than" after time difference worked out

    Hi. That worked perfectly. Thanks a million

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