# Time Sheet Calculator

**Calculate Hours** allows you to enter times worked, like: 7:45, 11, 12:10, 3, 4, 4:30 and it will add up the time worked into a meaningful hour:minute format. You can then **Sum Hours** like: 6:35, 8:15, 26:15 for a total. See the tips below for more information.

## Tips

- You can use a period
`.`

instead of a colon `:`

to delimit the hour and minute segments. For example, entering `7.15`

is the same as entering `7:15`

, `5.30`

=`5:30`

and `12.8`

=`12:08`

.
- Use military time when spanning large time blocks. E.g., instead of
`6`

(am) to `6`

(pm), enter `6`

and `18`

.
- 3- and 4-digit numbers without delimiters (
`:`

or `.`

) are converted to H:MM or HH:MM format when calculated. That is, `130`

= `1:30`

, `1207`

= `12:07`

, `1500`

= `15:00`

. 1- and 2-digit numbers represent hours (`8`

= `8:00`

, `12`

= `12:00`

).

You can access this tool via time-calc.com and timesheetcalc.com.