Very useful. I might be pointing out something obvious, after you convert time format to the number, you’ll want to divide by 60 to achive the integer “time” number. I need that because I then multipled against a dollar amount. I had not seen anyone else comment, so I though I’d thow my .02.
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Very useful. I might be pointing out something obvious, after you convert time format to the number, you’ll want to divide by 60 to achive the integer “time” number. I need that because I then multipled against a dollar amount. I had not seen anyone else comment, so I though I’d thow my .02.

Thanks

OMG thank you so much! This is exactly what I was looking for, and it enabled me to complete my employee annual reviews with accurate OT reduction info. You are my hero!

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