Hi Friends :
I am working on payroll data. Now if a person has taken half day on three separate days as CL then what formula should I use in a excel so that the sum of all the CL taken during the month arrives at 1.5 days.
Please share inputs.
- Gia

From India, Pune
Hi Gia, Can you please explain it briefly. Using the formula you can add the cells. Instead of that if you want any other formula then post your query clear.
From India, Calcutta
Hi Santosh :
Thank you for responding. I am attaching a sample sheet. I want to plug in formula to calculate sum of Half day (HD) as per leave type (CL/SL,PL). The total leaves should appear in column `AJ' to `AM"
I am a little stuck here. Your inputs will help me.
- Gia

From India, Pune

Attached Files
File Type: xls Sample Sheet.xls (55.0 KB, 670 views)

hi Gia,
Use the below formula in your "Leave (CL)" column. It will give you the correct figure
=((COUNTIF(F5:AH5,"CL HD"))/2)+((COUNTIF(F5:AH5,"CL")))
Verify and let me know if it comes out to be correct

From India, Pune
Similarly, you can replace CL with PL and SL to calculate total number for leaves (either full day or half day)
From India, Pune
ok Great to hear that.... Rather thanks to you to post such complicated question which was never thought off. I helped me to do some RnD on excel formula.. Cheers!!
From India, Pune
Hi Gia attaching the file please take a look..........................................................................
From India, Calcutta

Attached Files
File Type: xls Sample Sheet.xls (40.5 KB, 355 views)

Thanks a lot Santosh !! Truly Citehr is super fabulous.... I feel absolutely elated with such a prompt response. Thanks to the Founders of this site also for providing us this outstanding forum - Gia
From India, Pune

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