|Nov 14, 2012, 12:10 PM||#1|
Calculating daily payment in Google Drive/Docs
I am setting up a shared spreadsheet in Google Drive that I share with my boss to act as a timesheet.
I've set it up so that I input the date, time in, and time out, and it automatically calculates the daily hours worked and total hours worked. These are formatted as "Hours" in the spreadsheet.
I have two questions. Firstly, with Google Drive spreadsheets is there a way to format numbers as "Hours" but not have it include seconds? If I worked for a total of three and a half hours, for example, it reads "3:30:00"—which is a bit redundant for an informal timesheet.
Secondly, I'm trying to create a column to calculate my daily pay. In the column for daily hours worked, I list my hours in the "Hours" number format. I want to list my daily and total pay in the currency number format. What formula should I use so that Google Drive knows that "3:30:00" means 3.5, thus multipliable by the number of hours and resulting in the daily pay.
Thanks for any help!
|Nov 14, 2012, 07:59 PM||#2|
|excel, formula, google docs, google drive, spreadsheets|
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