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Calculate hours in Excel is a cell formula that can be used to calculate hours and minutes between two times and return the result as text. This is different from a normal cell formula like "=A2+B2" because the resulting text is returned as an actual text string. This means that it can also be used as a return value for cell formulas like "-=" or "=" (e.g., =TEXT(A1 )

When you do a time-based calculation, it is always important to remember that the starting time and the ending time are both in 24-hour format. The difference between two times can be calculated if you know the start and end times. For example, if it is 8pm on Tuesday and 8pm on Wednesday, then Wednesday will be 2 hours later than Tuesday. The formula for calculating this would be 8 - 7 = 1 hour. This means that Wednesday will come after Tuesday by an hour.

When you do a time-based calculation, it is always important to remember that the starting time and the ending time are both in 24-hour format. The difference between two times can be calculated if you know the start and end times. For example, if it is 8pm on Tuesday and 8pm on Wednesday, then Wednesday will be 2 hours later than Tuesday. The formula for calculating this would be 8 - 7 = 1 hour. This means that Wednesday will come after Tuesday by an hour.

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