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Time and Money savings Calculator

This Excel file is a Time and Money savings Calculator

Stop throwing money away: Create a Waste Calculator today!

 Stop throwing money away: Create a Waste Calculator today!

Create a calculator to calculate money wasted based on hourly wage and hours wasted.

  • 00:00 Create a calculator to calculate money wasted based on hourly wage and hours wasted.
    • Create a calculator to calculate how much money is wasted per day, week, month, and year based on hourly wage and hours wasted.
    • Start with the logic first and then the gui when creating a program with simple math calculations and a few functions.
  • 01:36 Multiply your wage by the hours wasted to see how much money you’re losing.
    • Multiplying your wage by the hours wasted per day, week, month, and year can show you how much money you are wasting.
  • 03:24 Add two input boxes to calculate wage and hours wasted, with captions.
    • Create two edit boxes for user input of wage and hours wasted, and add captions for each.
  • 04:58 Create a GUI display by setting the width to 150, using one tab, and starting at zero.
    • Set the width to 150, use one tab, and start at zero for all data to create a GUI display.
  • 07:18 Create a function to react to user input and display a tooltip.
    • Create a g label function with a snippet to react to user input and display a tooltip.
  • 08:28 Use global variables to access data within functions and gui submit to avoid empty tooltips.
    • To access information inside a function, use gui submit and declare variables as global to avoid empty tooltips.
  • 10:06 Set a variable for each control to access and set information using gui control get.
    • Using gui control get allows you to get a variable from the gui without accessing global variables.
    • Delete previous part and set a variable for each control to access and set information.
  • 12:56 Create a calculator to calculate money wasted over time.
    • Set up a GUI to calculate variables based on user input and existing expressions.
    • When setting text to a control, make sure the size is large enough to show the whole information, or adjust the size after setting the data.
    • Create a calculator to determine how much money is wasted per day, week, month, and year.

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