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    Neophyte HoneyLemonDew's Avatar
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    We have a system that we are using to generate login and logout times throughout the day (that you can export to excel), and we also have a manual excel tracker that we use to input the time we logged out and logged back in and the reason we logged out at that time. Now, the official report is the one that the system generates and I need to include in that report why we logged out during the times that are indicated on the system report that will be based on the manual excel tracker. The problem is more often than not, the manual excel tracker has different timestamps versus the timestamps that are being recorded and generated by the system. How do I compare the two reports so I can get the reason of logout from the manual excel tracker?

    I haven't really tried anything because I am a newbie and I have absolutely no idea what to do

    Please help
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    Hi and welcome
    Please,do not crosspost your question on multiple forums without including links here to the other threads on other forums

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    As you are new on the board I will do it for you this time
    Last edited by p45cal; 2019-02-17 at 05:27 PM. Reason: added one more x-post link
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