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Anyone done Elapsed Time in workdays (M-F, 8-5)?

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I really need to compute elapsed time using Access and
VBA. I have two date/time Access table fields, one for
Start and one for Finish. I am trying to calculate net
workday work hours. If a trouble ticket is not resolved
(Finish) on the same day, I need to calculate how many 8a-
5p Mon-Fri workday hours elapsed. HELP, please!
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Hi Clay,

This is a VB net group,
most visitors here have done something with VBA and Access
but for a lot a long time ago,

You can better ask your question in a microsoft Access or VBA newsgroup

I hope you find your answer

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I really need to compute elapsed time using Access and
VBA. I have two date/time Access table fields, one for
Start and one for Finish. I am trying to calculate net
workday work hours. If a trouble ticket is not resolved
(Finish) on the same day, I need to calculate how many 8a-
5p Mon-Fri workday hours elapsed. HELP, please!

Nov 20 '05 #2

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