Adding A Colon ( : ) To Convert A Standard Number Into A Time Format
May 6, 2009
Is there a way to enter a colon into a standard number to create a value that can be formatted into a 24 hour time value? eg a time is listed as 1345 with a general number format, and I want it returned as 13:45 witha custom format of hh:mm. Other than creating a table and using a vlookup function
I have used the format [hh]:mm in a cell for 24 hr clock calculations. Why do I have to enter the numbers with a colon when I populate the cells? Is there a way to set it up so I just type in the four numbers and the colon between the hours and minutes populates itself?
Is there a way to format cells so 24 hour time may be input without the colon, as an example 1425 instead or 14:25? We can do it in Access. One would think it possible in Excel, yet I have not discover how if indeed its possible.
Is it possible to convert the following data to an Excel-recognized time format (easily, as I have numerous million-row files with time data like this). Some actual data is below with what it should be in parentheses.
I need a simple formula to convert standard time (1:05pm) into military time (13:08).
I've read through several posts, but all I've found is reformatting or time subtraction type information. The reformating works to an extent, it gives me the hours in military but the minutes stay standard.
Basicly, all I need is:
Cell A1 = 1:05 p Cell B1 = formula that shows/converts 1:05 p as 13:08
how to convert the JD Edwards Julian date format into standard Gregorian date, and can it be done using VBA? Note that the JD Edwards Julian date is different than the standard Julian Date and uses 6 digits instead of 7.
I'm getting a time data on the format "0h 00m 00s" but I can't convert it to a standard "00:00:00" format to properly handle it and I'm not so Excel savvy. I already tried looking for something on google but the formulas for similar issues "0h 0s" or "0d 0h 0h" are not working (I can't find a way to adjust them). For example: I'm have the following data on G3:
I'm copying data from another source to excel, and for certain date entries they come as text in the following format "On 14 May at 8:00". Is there anyway to convert multiple entries like this into a standard date format? With or without time is fine - just the date will do.
I am a basic excel user and what I want is to be able to add in a time and have the colon automatically entered for me. For example, I want to add 130 and have it come out to 1:30, or 1215 and have it come out to 12:15. Seems easy to me but I cannot figure it out.
I am making a template for our security kiosk log and I wanted to simplify it as much as possible. I found the "time mask entry" and imputed that into the vba code. It was working for awhile however stopped working a few days ago. I went back and copied and pasted it again and changed the range to what I needed and an error came up stating "unable to set the NumberFormat property to the range class."
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim vVal If Target.Cells.Count > 1 Then Exit Sub If Intersect(Target, Range("A1:A100")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
vVal = Format(.Value, "0000") If IsNumeric(vVal) And Len(vVal) = 4 Then Application.EnableEvents = False .Value = Left(vVal, 2) & ":" & Right(vVal, 2) .NumberFormat = "[h]:mm" End If End With
I have a problem that when I try to convert text to number and format the number without 2 decimal places as seen on the link I have given below, Instead of 1607.947, I get 1607947. I have Excel 2010 loaded. The details are in below picture.
I have a ton of time in the above format (hh:mm.*) that needs to be converted to a 12 hour format (2:15 PM). I'm not wonderful with formulas, but if it's explained "simplistic" enough, I can probably get it. Please help - I've googled this to death every possible way. I can go in an manually change 19:37.5 to 7:37 pm - but it will take me FOREVER!
Is it possible to modify it so that it only triggers if there is nothing after the last colon?
As you can see in the example below I have some notes entered by users and I would like to delete the ones where they didn't actually enter a note after the last colon:
11/05/2012 13:19:53 NEW MIKE : cld poe male sd cu not in till 3pm 10/18/2012 08:03:55 NEW HOSSEN : called no answer 10/15/2012 11:15:41 NEW HOSSEN : 10/12/2012 08:00:26 NEW HOSSEN : 10/11/2012 12:17:14 NEW HOSSEN : called no answer 11/14/2012 13:42:07 ACT MIKE : cld poe spk to cust sd cm back at 330
I would like to be left with just this instead:
11/05/2012 13:19:53 NEW MIKE : cld poe male sd cu not in till 3pm 10/18/2012 08:03:55 NEW HOSSEN : called no answer 10/11/2012 12:17:14 NEW HOSSEN : called no answer 11/14/2012 13:42:07 ACT MIKE : cld poe spk to cust sd cm back at 330
Link to article I found this formula in : [URL] .....
I am pasting a large amount of data from a sql server query into excel. There is multiple tables output in each query. Some of the data is date/time and excel is formatting all of these cells to time. The date/time cells to not neatly line up in any row or column, so I cannot just format any give column or row. I need a macro that will find all of the cells that are formatted as time and change them to a date format.
I use software that exports date/time stamps in the format of: MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss.s I like to keep the data in this general format so that we can keep it consistent and it can be useful to others using other software. I recently had to do some date/time stamp manipulations where I added 61 days to a dataset because the data was erroneously set to a diferent calendar. (Still don't know how that happened but it isn't relevent to this issue) When I set up a formula to add 61 days, it appears that it automatically converted it to the excel serial date/time format before adding the 61 days. Now I have a column of data that is mostly general format but has this portion in serial format. How can I get the serial format changed back to general so that the entire column is in the same format?