Am 24.04.2015 um 12:33 schrieb sserra:
Hello and thanks you all for the kind suggestions that helped me a lot..
I have found some points:
-first of all, I don't now why but I had to use "." instead of ":" as
separator for time.. 15:30 won't be accepted while 15.30 is ok... this even
if cells were formatted as time maybe this is due to my regional settings
You are working with an Italian locale.
Tools>Options>LanguageSettings>Languages = Italian(Italy)
-for the circular reference mentioned by Brian Barker it was a mistake
copying the formula from the sheet to the webpage.. sorry for this.. Anyway,
changing the separator works fine
-when I have:
E14: 23/04/15 15.30
E15: 25/04/15 16.20
both E16: =E15-E14 and E16 = DAYS(E15;E14) give the integer number 2.0 but
using the first formula and changing format to hours and back to numbers I
have 2.034 that should be correct..
The cell value remains 2 (days) displayed as 48:00 (hours). If you want
to calculate with hours, multiply the day value by 24.
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