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# Working Hours Between Two Dates (Calendar Formula 2)

## because according to Calendar 2 there is a 15 minute morning break and a 30 min

lunch break in between.
working hours (days x 24) there are between the two points. The calculation is very
similar to that in Section 6:

Working
Period Working Hours so
Number Begin End Hours far (Cum)

1 0 0 0 0
2 8 10 2 2
3 10.25 13 2.75 4.75
4 13.5 15.5 2 6.75
5 15.75 18 2.25 9
6 19 22 3 12

The first 9 stages of the calculation locate the start on the calendar, and they are repeated for the stop:

Start Stop
8.5 18.5
Stages of the calculation: (8:30 AM) (6:30 PM)

## 8:30 AM is after period 2 begins, (6:30 PM is after period 5 begi 2 5 =MATCH(H20,B10:B15)

8:30 AM is after period 1 ends, (6:30 PM is after period 5 ends) 1 5 =MATCH(H20,C10:C15)
8:30 AM (6:30 PM) lies between the beginning and end of period 2 6 =H23+(H23=H24)
period 2 begins at 8:00 AM, (period 6 begins at 7:00 PM) 8 19 =INDEX(B10:B15,H25,1)
period 2 ends at 10:00 AM, (period 6 ends at 10:00 PM) 10 22 =INDEX(C10:C15,H25,1)
you can start at 8:30 AM, (stop at 7:00 PM) because it's within a 8.5 19 =MAX(H26,H20)
the number of hours from the start to the next break 1.5 3 =H27-H28
cum hours at end of period 2, (12) 2 12 =INDEX(E10:E15,H25,1)
the start is at cum hour 0.5 of the calendar, (the stop is at cum h 0.5 9 =H30-H29
working hours between the Start and Stop, (9 - 0.5) 8.5 =H31-G31

## With a series of substitutions, the 19 formulas can be condensed into 4 as follows:

Calc 4 2 =MATCH(G20,B10:B15)+(MATCH(G20,B10:B15)=MATCH(G20,C10:C15))
Calc 5 0.5 =INDEX(E10:E15,B37,1)-INDEX(C10:C15,B37,1)+MAX(INDEX(B10:B15,B37,1),G20)
Calc 6 6 =MATCH(H20,B10:B15)+(MATCH(H20,B10:B15)=MATCH(H20,C10:C15))
Hours 8.5 =INDEX(E10:E15,B39,1)-INDEX(C10:C15,B39,1)+MAX(INDEX(B10:B15,B39,1),H20)-B38
(H20,B10:B15)
(H20,C10:C15)

B10:B15,H25,1)
C10:C15,H25,1)

E10:E15,H25,1)

B37,1),G20)

B39,1),H20)-B38