On 2018-05-24 03:41 PM, Steve Edmonds wrote:
Is there a reason you can't put A and B in one column.
Format cell as date, define the format DDD MMM DD YYYY HH:MM AM/PM
You can then subtract easily and result is in days or x 24 for hours.
It is hard to enter both a date and time.
It is easy to enter "5/24" and it is converted to Mar 24, 2018.
On 25/05/18 07:07, James wrote:
I have a calc spreadsheet with column A being a date and column B is a
I am trying to make a foruma that calculates the difference in days and
another for the difference in hours between 2 rows.
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