I am trying to make a schedule with time intervals and to see how they correspond. For example:
Joey works from 10 AM - 5 PM
Olive works from 3 PM - 9 PM
So I would like to fill out a chart:
(Would the start and end time need to be in two columns?)
Joey: 1000 - 1700
Olive: 1500 - 2100
This information will then highlight a certain range of cells for their available time during the day:
A B C
Joey | Olivia
10:00 HILITE |
10:15 HILITE |
10:30 HILITE |
--- HILITE | HILITE
4:45 HILITE | HILITE
5:00 HILITE | HILITE
5:15 | HILITE
--- | HILITE
8:45 | HILITE
9:00 | HILITE
With this I will be able to see where my coverage overlaps.
I really appreciate your time on this matter.
I would say start and end need to be in separate cells. Then you can write formulas to compare against the start and end (using conditional formatting).
If you want specific help, I would need to see the workbook. If so, you can send it to email@example.com
If it isn't self evident what you want, then tell me what is what in the workbook.
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