# [mso] Excel Formula

*From*: "Chuck Hawsey" <chawsey@xxxxxxxxxxx>*To*: <mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 19:50:18 -0500

Well, here I am with need of a formula that - hopefully - is at least a little harder than the last one I asked! I'm not sure how to describe what I need, so let me try this: A. B C D E Name minutes worked downtime actual calls made adjusted # of calls A is self explanatory B contains the number of minutes worked - usually 450, but it can vary greatly C contains a manually entered number of minutes a person spent on miscellaneous items. For each 32 minutes, he/she gets credit for one adjusted call. D contains a manually entered number of actual calls made by that person during the minutes he/she worked E contains a formula that presently adds the number in D to C divided by 32 Here's my problem. If B contains a number other than 450, I want E to represent the number of adjusted calls he/she would have had if he/she had actually worked 450 minutes. In other works, I'm looking for a formula like a ratio, for example, if B contained 248 minutes worked and D contained 8 calls, then I need the number if E to be what it would have been if B had contained 450 minutes worked. Gosh, I hope this makes sense, as I find it hard to explain and even harder to come ;up with a formula. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. If anyone needs more information or needs the actual present spreadsheet, I will be happy to provide it. Chuck H. This email and any attachments have been scanned by Norton AV Version 11.0.16.2 ************************************************************* You are receiving this mail because you subscribed to mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx or MicrosoftOffice@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx To send mail to the group, simply address it to mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To Unsubscribe from this group, visit the group's homepage and use the dropdown menu at the top. This will allow you to unsubscribe your email address or change your email settings to digest or vacation (no mail). http://www.freelists.org/webpage/mso To be able to use the files section for sharing files with the group, send a request to mso-moderators@xxxxxxxxxxxxx and you will be sent an invitation with instructions. Once you are a member of the files group, you can go here to upload/download files: http://www.smartgroups.com/vault/msofiles If you are using Outlook and you see a lot of unnecessary code in your email messages, read these instructions that explain why and how to fix it: http://personal-computer-tutor.com/abc3/v28/greg28.htm *************************************************************

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