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Zainab Ali Started The Discussion:

I want to put a formula in excel attendance sheet to calculate late time of employees if they r late than official time, for example

my office time start at 8:00Am I want to calculate the late timings of employees if they r reaching 10 minutes late or 1 hour then in 1 column.
it would come automatically.

plz help to put formula for this..

Many thanks

dcp149 - Member Since: Jan 2007
In excel sheet, make four columns as under:

a) 1st column : Date : 1st Jun, 2nd Jun .....
b) 2nd column : starting time, say 8:00 (write in this format only)
c) 3rd column : Entry time of employees, say 10:10 (write in this format only)
d) 4th column : Late by ___ minutes (comes automatically by applying the formula : (c3-b3) * 1440

If you want any more clarification, do get back to me on

Rgds,

Chetan

sanjuktaganguly - Member Since: Sep 2008
Can anybody can tell me that what kind of excel knowledge is required in HR generalist profile..:icon9:

sanjuktaganguly - Member Since: Sep 2008
Please help me out asap,because all the time the requirement is for EXCEL KNOWLEDGE...:sad:

dhamal shri - Member Since: Jul 2009
i want change colour when comming charactor "A" in red so pls help and send excel formula in my email.id shrikantdhamal0@gmail.com


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Joshuaalvina - Member Since: Aug 2009
Simple first go to conditional formatting in the menu then select highlight cells then u select text that contains and type A the click ok. Regards, JA

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