Of all the time card calculators you can find, these are probably the *easiest* to use. Why?

• You *don't* have to enter 'A.M.' or 'P.M.'

• You *don't* have to enter military (or 24 hour) time.

• Times are entered *without* using the colon. (Times are input as 12.30 and *not* as 12:30)

One Week One Lunch Hour Per Day Basically a conventional, four column timecard calculator.

**new** One Week One Lunch Hour (Same as above but this also calculates salary and overtime).

Alternate Calculator Use this if the above calculator does not function.

One Week Two Lunch Hours Per Day Has an additional pair of "In-Out" columns.

**new** One Week No Lunch Hour Just two columns - one "In" and one "Out". Good for calculating
part time employees' hours.

Night Shift Calculator For work "days" that go from the *evening* of one day into the early *morning* of the next day.

Two Weeks One Lunch Hour Per Day

Hour and Minute Totals One week, one lunch hour per day. Displays a total of 4.75 hours as 4 hours 45 minutes.

Hour and Minute Totals TWO Weeks, one lunch hour per day.

Hour and Minute Totals with One week and *two* lunch hours per day.

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Minutes Already In Decimal Hours *Some* time card clocks print the time with the minutes
*already* converted to decimal hours. For example, if the time is 9:30, it prints the time as 9:50 and 11:45 is printed as
11:75 and so on.

If you are calculating hours with these type of time cards, then *this* and the *next* are the calculators to use.

Minutes Already In Decimal Hours TWO WEEKS Same as above, but you can input *two* work weeks instead of just one.

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Time Conversion Chart Not a calculator but a chart that shows .05 hours equals 3 minutes .10 hours equals 6 minutes, etc.