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Question: Using Numbers as a timecard

My boss just switched my desktop to an iMac running os High Sierra version 10.13.3 & I'm responsible for making my own time sheets. I have been using Microsoft excel for years and I tried using the same cell formulas to calculate my hours and total pay but it's not working.


I have the basic Log In, Out Lunch, In Lunch, Log Out, Total Hours, Total Pay but I don't know what formula to use to calculate the Total hours cell.

I have figured out the formula for Total Pay already, which also is a different formula than excel. I love working on this new iMac but I'm a little frustrated trying to create my timesheet.

iMac, iOS 10.3.3

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Mar 13, 2018 11:11 AM in response to linamalu In response to linamalu

There are a couple of really easy ways to do it, either by simple addition or by using DUR2HOURS. The result is the same either way, just formatted hours : minutes or decimal hours, your choice:



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Much more help available here: Numbers for Mac


Numbers takes some getting used to but I don't need Excel any more.

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