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Time Calculator, Time Sheets


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Does anyone working from home use the time calculator and time sheet conversions? I've played with one in Excell, not overly happy with it, and I downloaded a freeby for 30 day trial, and it seems ok. But I'm wondering how others at home are keeping up with their time and time sheets.


East Valley, Tempe AZ
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I hope this helps you out. You need to convert your hour to 100 units each minute is worth 1.67 so if you you clock in at 7:20 on the time clock it is 7:33. You also need to use military time.

I'll do a ful day demo
In: 7:10= 7.17+
Out 12:15= 12.25-
In 1:25 = 13.42+
out 4:30 = 16.50-

This equals 8.16 hours or roughly 8 hours and 10 min

Add In, subtract out, add in, subtract out. This will give you a negative number but that is the hours you worked.