Question: Does anyone have an Excel spreadsheet used for time-keeping purposes? I would like to set up a bi-weekly timesheet in Excel for our employees that will calculate their total daily and weekly hours automatically based upon their arrival and departure times (including lunch in/out). But I can't seem to come up with the correct formula or format.
Our government agency also keeps time in tenths of an hour, with 6 minutes equaling one-tenth of an hour. I'd greatly appreciate any assistance or samples! -- Joey Faber, Fiscal Assistant II, Columbus, Ohio
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