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Calculating Regular time, overtime and double time
I need help with my time spreadsheet. I am using Excel 2003. When I key in
time, I enter each employees daily time in a cell and have it set up to total the cells at the end of the row. I have already worked out how to calculate the overtime (over 40 hours), but I need for the spreadsheet to be able to calculate the amount of double time in a seperate cell. When my company calculates doubletime, the employee has to have had 40 hours monday through friday, work on saturday (required for double time), then Sunday's time is double time. This is what it looks like: A B C D E F G H I J K Name Mon Tue Wed Th Fri Sat Sun Regular OT DT Smith 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 40 8 8 Right now I have it set up so that J adds all the cells and if the sum is over 40, it puts 40 in I and the remainder in J, and if someone works Sunday I can manually enter the time in K and it is subtracted from J, but I need a formaula that can do that automatically, because if we don't put the time in manually in cell K, when the time is sent to our payroll service, the employee does not get paid for their double time. Any help is appreciated. Thank you, Brian 
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Calculating Regular time, overtime and double time
I assume they have to have worked 40 hours during the week and worked
at least one hour on Saturday, and then all their Sunday hours will be treated as doubletime. Put this in K2: =IF(AND(SUM(B2:F2)=40,G20),I2,0) Hope this helps. Pete On Nov 9, 8:24 pm, Brian Smith wrote: I need help with my time spreadsheet. I am using Excel 2003. When I key in time, I enter each employees daily time in a cell and have it set up to total the cells at the end of the row. I have already worked out how to calculate the overtime (over 40 hours), but I need for the spreadsheet to be able to calculate the amount of double time in a seperate cell. When my company calculates doubletime, the employee has to have had 40 hours monday through friday, work on saturday (required for double time), then Sunday's time is double time. This is what it looks like: A B C D E F G H I J K Name Mon Tue Wed Th Fri Sat Sun Regular OT DT Smith 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 40 8 8 Right now I have it set up so that J adds all the cells and if the sum is over 40, it puts 40 in I and the remainder in J, and if someone works Sunday I can manually enter the time in K and it is subtracted from J, but I need a formaula that can do that automatically, because if we don't put the time in manually in cell K, when the time is sent to our payroll service, the employee does not get paid for their double time. Any help is appreciated. Thank you, Brian 
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Calculating Regular time, overtime and double time
Thank you!!! It works!!
"Pete_UK" wrote: I assume they have to have worked 40 hours during the week and worked at least one hour on Saturday, and then all their Sunday hours will be treated as doubletime. Put this in K2: =IF(AND(SUM(B2:F2)=40,G20),I2,0) Hope this helps. Pete On Nov 9, 8:24 pm, Brian Smith wrote: I need help with my time spreadsheet. I am using Excel 2003. When I key in time, I enter each employees daily time in a cell and have it set up to total the cells at the end of the row. I have already worked out how to calculate the overtime (over 40 hours), but I need for the spreadsheet to be able to calculate the amount of double time in a seperate cell. When my company calculates doubletime, the employee has to have had 40 hours monday through friday, work on saturday (required for double time), then Sunday's time is double time. This is what it looks like: A B C D E F G H I J K Name Mon Tue Wed Th Fri Sat Sun Regular OT DT Smith 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 40 8 8 Right now I have it set up so that J adds all the cells and if the sum is over 40, it puts 40 in I and the remainder in J, and if someone works Sunday I can manually enter the time in K and it is subtracted from J, but I need a formaula that can do that automatically, because if we don't put the time in manually in cell K, when the time is sent to our payroll service, the employee does not get paid for their double time. Any help is appreciated. Thank you, Brian 
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Calculating Regular time, overtime and double time
I have one more question. Is there a way for the cell containing the double
time to automatically change color if it contains a number greater than 0? "Pete_UK" wrote: I assume they have to have worked 40 hours during the week and worked at least one hour on Saturday, and then all their Sunday hours will be treated as doubletime. Put this in K2: =IF(AND(SUM(B2:F2)=40,G20),I2,0) Hope this helps. Pete On Nov 9, 8:24 pm, Brian Smith wrote: I need help with my time spreadsheet. I am using Excel 2003. When I key in time, I enter each employees daily time in a cell and have it set up to total the cells at the end of the row. I have already worked out how to calculate the overtime (over 40 hours), but I need for the spreadsheet to be able to calculate the amount of double time in a seperate cell. When my company calculates doubletime, the employee has to have had 40 hours monday through friday, work on saturday (required for double time), then Sunday's time is double time. This is what it looks like: A B C D E F G H I J K Name Mon Tue Wed Th Fri Sat Sun Regular OT DT Smith 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 40 8 8 Right now I have it set up so that J adds all the cells and if the sum is over 40, it puts 40 in I and the remainder in J, and if someone works Sunday I can manually enter the time in K and it is subtracted from J, but I need a formaula that can do that automatically, because if we don't put the time in manually in cell K, when the time is sent to our payroll service, the employee does not get paid for their double time. Any help is appreciated. Thank you, Brian 
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Calculating Regular time, overtime and double time
You're welcome  thanks for the feedback.
Pete On Nov 9, 9:54 pm, Brian Smith wrote: Thank you!!! It works!! "Pete_UK" wrote: I assume they have to have worked 40 hours during the week and worked at least one hour on Saturday, and then all their Sunday hours will be treated as doubletime. Put this in K2: =IF(AND(SUM(B2:F2)=40,G20),I2,0) Hope this helps. Pete On Nov 9, 8:24 pm, Brian Smith wrote: I need help with my time spreadsheet. I am using Excel 2003. When I key in time, I enter each employees daily time in a cell and have it set up to total the cells at the end of the row. I have already worked out how to calculate the overtime (over 40 hours), but I need for the spreadsheet to be able to calculate the amount of double time in a seperate cell. When my company calculates doubletime, the employee has to have had 40 hours monday through friday, work on saturday (required for double time), then Sunday's time is double time. This is what it looks like: A B C D E F G H I J K Name Mon Tue Wed Th Fri Sat Sun Regular OT DT Smith 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 40 8 8 Right now I have it set up so that J adds all the cells and if the sum is over 40, it puts 40 in I and the remainder in J, and if someone works Sunday I can manually enter the time in K and it is subtracted from J, but I need a formaula that can do that automatically, because if we don't put the time in manually in cell K, when the time is sent to our payroll service, the employee does not get paid for their double time. Any help is appreciated. Thank you, Brian Hide quoted text   Show quoted text  
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Calculating Regular time, overtime and double time
Yes, you use conditional formatting for this. Select the cell(s) you
want this to apply to and click on Format  Conditional Formatting. In the popup you can choose Cell Value Is in the first box, then Is Greater Than in the middle box, and 0 (zero) in the third box. Then click on the Format button, and click on the Colour you want (for foreground)  if you want to change the background colour click on the Patterns tab and choose your colour. Then OK twice to get out of the Conditional Formatting dialogue. Hope this helps. Pete On Nov 9, 10:20 pm, Brian Smith wrote: I have one more question. Is there a way for the cell containing the double time to automatically change color if it contains a number greater than 0? "Pete_UK" wrote: I assume they have to have worked 40 hours during the week and worked at least one hour on Saturday, and then all their Sunday hours will be treated as doubletime. Put this in K2: =IF(AND(SUM(B2:F2)=40,G20),I2,0) Hope this helps. Pete On Nov 9, 8:24 pm, Brian Smith wrote: I need help with my time spreadsheet. I am using Excel 2003. When I key in time, I enter each employees daily time in a cell and have it set up to total the cells at the end of the row. I have already worked out how to calculate the overtime (over 40 hours), but I need for the spreadsheet to be able to calculate the amount of double time in a seperate cell. When my company calculates doubletime, the employee has to have had 40 hours monday through friday, work on saturday (required for double time), then Sunday's time is double time. This is what it looks like: A B C D E F G H I J K Name Mon Tue Wed Th Fri Sat Sun Regular OT DT Smith 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 40 8 8 Right now I have it set up so that J adds all the cells and if the sum is over 40, it puts 40 in I and the remainder in J, and if someone works Sunday I can manually enter the time in K and it is subtracted from J, but I need a formaula that can do that automatically, because if we don't put the time in manually in cell K, when the time is sent to our payroll service, the employee does not get paid for their double time. Any help is appreciated. Thank you, Brian Hide quoted text   Show quoted text  
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