Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video How to create time interval entries, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Narrator] In this worksheet, we see two sets of data.…First in columns A, B, and C.…Then over in columns H, I, and J.…Essentially the same, what we'd like to be able to do,…and explore different options along the way,…is to allow time entries here to be entered…in column C initially.…And then have them adjusted to be the nearest 10 minutes.…That's certainly one approach.…It does require additional space on the worksheet.…Another approach could be, off to the right,…for example in column J, what if we could force…the user to make an entry that's got to be an even…multiple of 10 minutes.…
In other words, a data validation rule…that will force the user to type in an entry…that must conform to that rule.…Different approaches here.…Let's first look at columns A, B, C.…And the formula that we're going to put in, in column D,…now we only want an adjusted time here when there…is a time in column C.…So if column C is blank here, we want to put in nothing.…I'm going to zoom in here, holding down control…using the mouse wheel and start a formula.…
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