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Because subtracting two dates gives you the number of days between them, the calculation =(C2-A2)/(B2-A2) gives you the same percentage. The DATEDIF function makes calculating the percentage of time elapsed simple.

Divide current costs by total costs and multiply by 100 to get the percentage of completion. For example, if the entire cost of a project is estimated to be $5 million and the present costs are $2 million, divide $2 million by $5 million and multiply by 100. 40 percent of the work has been completed.

The TIME function in Excel is a built-in function that allows you to build a time with separate components for each hour, minute, and second. When you need to construct a proper time within another formula, the TIME function comes in handy.

Create a new Google spreadsheet or open an existing one. Select a cell in which you want the current date and time to appear. This will activate the cell. Press enter after typing " =NOW() ".

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