Excel/Time interval question
I have a real brain buster for you. Sorry for crushing your brain in advanced. I have a list of 45 employees. I am allowed to export their time punches. Normally four punches per day, sometimes two punches. I would like to make a formula that tells me how many hours an employee worked, I would also like to see who has taken a break that is greater than 30 minutes. The export looks like this.
Emp ID Date
51817 5/18/2015 3:00 ON
51817 5/18/2015 8:00 OF
51817 5/18/2015 8:30 ON
51817 5/18/2015 13:30 OF
51833 5/18/2015 4:56 ON
51833 5/18/2015 12:21 OF
51833 5/18/2015 12:59 ON
51833 5/19/2015 3:30 OF
51838 5/18/2015 18:49 ON
51838 5/18/2015 4:59 OF
I think your last one in the list should be 5/19/2015 4:59, not 5/18.
Assuming the first "ON" is in cell C2, then put these formulas in:
D3, fill down to D11 (D2 blank): =IF(A3<>A2,0,24*(B3-B2))
E3, fill down to E11 (E2 Blank): =IF(D3=0,0,E2+D3)
F3, fill down to F11 (F2 blank): =IF(D4=0,E3,"")
Column D is the time of the breaks.
Column E should be hidden and is a running total of D
Column F shows the total for each Emp ID at the end of the Emp ID list.
Select D3:D11, use conditional formatting with this formula: =AND(C2="ON",D2>0.5) and make any color you want. When you see the color, then the break was over 30 minutes.
If you want me to send a file with all this already done, I need your email address. Mine is firstname.lastname@example.org
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