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# Time card calculator Excel Template

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This Time Card Calculator spreadsheet is free timesheet calculator in Microsoft Excel. You can customize the time card specifically for the use within your company. This can help you replace the multiple clock-in/out in timecard. Here you can enter the time in and time out, and then enter the total break time in minutes. The hours worked and overtime is calculated automatically for you. This template mainly focuses on the weekly timecard format.

This timecard calculator lets you enter the time in, time out, and the total amount of break time (in minutes). It calculates total working hours as well as overtime.

You can find the features of Time sheet calculator spreadsheet template below :

• Enter Clock-In and Clock-Out times for each day
• Enter the total break time in minutes
• Calculate and display total hours worked in decimal or [h]:mm format
• Calculate overtime based on daily and/or weekly hours
• Use a worksheet designed specifically for California overtime
• Print an official timesheet with signature lines
• Use a mini-monthly calendar which will help you enter the correct start day.
• Delete the wage/pay rows if necessary

Note : You can also take printout of this time card after calculation. This is a printable timecard calculator excel template.

To use this free TIMECARD CALCULATOR template, you should have Microsoft Office/ Microsoft Excel installed in your system. After installing Excel or Spreadsheet, download the zip file of this template, extract the template using WinRAR or 7Zip decompressing software as per you requirement. Once extracted, now you can open the file using Excel and start entering data or customizing the template.

### How do you calculate time card hours?

Take your number of minutes and divide by 60.
1. Take your number of minutes and divide it by 60. In this example your partial hour is 15 minutes.
2. Add your whole hours back in to get 41.25 hours. So 41 hours, 15 minutes equals 41.25 hours.
3. Multiply the rate of pay by decimal hours to get your total pay before taxes.