In this article, you’ll learn how to multiply the time values and numbers in Microsoft Excel. To calculate the payment based on the worked hours & rate, we have to multiply each time value by its matching numerical rate. … Continue reading →

To calculate a week number: Use the WEEKNUM function. The second argument in the WEEKNUM function, Return_type, determines on which day the week begins, for example, 1 for Sunday, 2 for Monday. Note: This function is included in the Analysis … Continue reading →

Problem: When using a standard SUM formula to add the time values in column B (=SUM(B2:B5)), a false result of 4:23 is returned, rather than the actual sum of 28:23. Solution: Excel’s default time format does not allow a time … Continue reading →

While working in Microsoft Excel, it is very common that we have to work on combining data from multiple columns in a worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2010. Let’s take an example of Column A and Column B In our excel … Continue reading →

Problem: The following Array formula was designed to calculate the average difference between each pair of values in columns A & B (providing both cells are not empty): {=AVERAGE(IF(AND(ISNUMBER(A1:B5),ISNUMBER(A1:B5)),A1:A5-B1:B5))} However, an incorrect result of “0″ is returned. Solution: Use the … Continue reading →

Problem: Column B contains time values representing the hours worked by each salesperson in column A. Column C shows the number of items each salesperson sold during that time. We want to calculate the hourly productivity (Items Sold/Hours Worked) for … Continue reading →

Problem: Listed in column A are dates when an employee was absent. Column B contains a letter, indicating the type of each absence (V for vacation, S for sick). We want to count the number of vacation days that occurred … Continue reading →

Problem: Each row in columns A & B represents a shift worked during the first week of the year. Column A identifies an employee, and column B lists the number of hours that employee worked on that shift. Each employee … Continue reading →

Problem: Columns B & C contain the times signed in and out of work for each date in column A. Column D contains the following formula, which calculates the number of worked hours per day: =(C2-B2)*24 Range A11:B12 contains 2 … Continue reading →

Problem: Listed in columns A & B are the times an employee signed in and out of work each day. Column C contains the rate per hour for that particular day. We want to calculate the employee’s total pay. Solution … Continue reading →