NOTE: If the total hours seem a little confusing to you, (for example, 7.45 total hours do not mean 7 hours and 45 minutes) then click here to see a helpful conversion chart.|
1) There is no need to enter time as 'a.m.' 'p.m.' or '24 hour' time.
In fact do not enter 'a.m.' or 'p.m.' in any of the boxes.
You could enter '24 hour time' if you wanted to. For example,
inputting 18.00 to 22.00 and 23.00 to 2.00 or
inputting 6.00 to 10.00 and 11.00 to 2.00
produces the same result: 7 hours.
2) Instead of entering times with a colon (e.g. 11:30), use a decimal point.
So 11:30 is input as 11.30 (or for greater ease, just enter 11.3)
Whole hours may be entered without any decimal points.
3) In order to get a total in the right hand column, all four boxes in that row must be filled in.
4) IMPORTANT >>>>>
If an employee has NO 'break' in their daily hours,
enter their 'IN' and 'OUT' times in the first 2 columns and then zeroes for
the second pair of 'IN' and 'OUT' times.|
5) When an employee's weekly time has been entered, click 'CALCULATE' to obtain the totals.
6) Hit 'RESET' to clear the boxes so that the next employee's hours may be input.
7) Totals are shown as hours and not as hours and minutes.
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