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    Good morning, I am trying to make an excel sheet without success telling me when a worker is off schedule, taking the current time in Excel as a reference. I need that if it is within its schedule put Ok and otherwise mark as out of hours. I attach an example. Thank you!
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    Re: Mark schedules

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