# Converting Decimal Days To Time?

Aug 17, 2014Excel VBA Macro.

I need to convert a decimal (0.602083333) to Time (14:27) but how to do this.

I would like to do this in a VBA Macro, to add to my existing code.

Excel VBA Macro.

I need to convert a decimal (0.602083333) to Time (14:27) but how to do this.

I would like to do this in a VBA Macro, to add to my existing code.

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I have just started a job and given a task to input some timesheets that were done manually. The problem is that I used decimal point instead of the colon. When I try and format the cells I do not get the real time.

Here is an example: ....

I'm building a schedule in excel and am having trouble with the calculation of total hours when lapsing a day, or more specific, adding it into my current equation. For example; Monday they clock in at 5pm and work till 1am. I have found a couple of ways to get the desired out come from this on it's own. I just add the value of a day if the out time is less than the in time, or if the out time minus the in time is less than 0.

However, I need to add this calculation into an equation that is already calculating time elapsed within a single day, turning that into a decimal number and then checking if the total time elapsed is less than 6 hours, if false it subtracts a thirty minute break. Here is the current equation I'm using, I'm sure that there is an if(or, or if(and I could use to make it work when the time lapses 12am while also performing the 6 hour check to subtract the break.

=IF(((F7-INT(D7))*24)-(D7-INT(F7))*24

How can I convert the number of days for example 366 days to years, months, days 366=1year, 0 months, 1 day

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View 5 Replies View RelatedI have a simple spreadsheet that allows the user to enter a dimension in metric or inches. I want to display the other units in the adjacent cell. In cell A1, the units are "Metric" or "Inch" in a pull down list. In cell A2, the value is entered.

In cell A3 i want to show the value in the other units. So if A1 is Metric, then take A2 and divide by 25.4. And if A1 is Inch, then take A2 and multiply by 25.4.

Also, if A1 is Inch, then display 2 decimal places in A3, and if A1 is Metric, then display 3 decimal places in A3. Is this possible?

I am new to Excel but not programming and I am looking for a recommendation for the following. I have a spreadsheet that simply takes the length and width of an area and computes the square feet and yardage and other sundry items. I am entering the feet/inches as follows:

Example: 11.3 (equals 11/ft 3/inches)

The correct decimal conversion should be 11.25 but, obviously, it does not know that the number to the right of the decimal point is an indicator of inches. (ex.: .5=.42, .7=.58, .9=.75, .11=.92)

I have approached this from the stand point of an IF condition, finding the position of the "." and grabbing everything to the right (+1) but I understand that the limitation is 7 nested IFs.

Can someone get me kick-started on what the best approach would be to get my entry to convert to the true decimal equivalent? Currently, I am simply doing the conversion from memory but I would rather automate this sometimes errant approach.

This is a continuance of the Q and A below. Except the answer below converted a decimal like 1.44 to and answer like 1' 5.28".

except the final format I am after requires the 5.28" to be fractional such as:

1' - 5 1/4"

Is there a formula for this format?

I have an excel sheet with a row of numbers example below. These numbers represent the length of time that a telephone call was. The problem is they are decimal numbers (units of 100) but they represent seconds and minutes of a phone call which change up one number when the seconds hit 60 ...

View 9 Replies View RelatedI was messing around with a simple countdown timer and need a little help converting a decimal into a format of #days, #hours, #minutes and #seconds.

Cell A1 has target to countdown to 4/14/2010 12:00:00 AM

Cell A2 contains =NOW()

Cell A3 contains =A1-A2 with the result being 69.4021441 with the amount of decimal places varying depending on when it is refreshed.

I'd Like the result in A3 to read something like "There are 69 days, XX hours, XX minutes and XX seconds until event"

I have two columns A and B. Column A contains problem title and column B is duration minutes. In column B we enter always min and seconds it took us to resolve certain issues (22.15 = 22 minutes and 15 seconds) . At the end of the month I need to run a report for my manager to show her by problem title how long it took my group to resolve issues and it should output as Hours/min/days.

View 5 Replies View RelatedA client buys 500 minutes of my time. In one week I spend 340 minutes on the account. I'd like a column to show Time purchased (say 500 Minutes) Time spent and a final section showing time left (but showing negative values in red)

I hope I've explained this ok but here is an illustration of what I'm trying to achieve in Excel 2011.

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I have a list of dates and want to convert them to something like Monday 21st October instead of 21/10/13.

I am sure this is easy but cannot see how to do it. I am on Excel 13.

I'm working on converting some databases. One has entries with normal human readable time format, the other uses the unix epoch time format.

Is there a function or vba code that I can use in excel to convert the normal time format to epoch time?

I've got a thousand or so entries, so it would be nice to find a way to do this on a large scale.

I need to convert regular time to decimal time. example regular time in A1

is 1:38 I need that number to be converted to decimal time = to 13:63. add

12 to the hour and divide 38 into 60 to get the minutes. Our time clock

prints on a 12 hour basis and I enter to excel in decimal time.

I've got a time difference from 8:00AM - 12:30PM as 4.30 I'm trying to get the minutes, .30, converted into a 6 minute increment, .5. Is it possible to do this and if so how would it be done? Below is a chart of how the time is converted from 6 minutes increments into decimal form.

6 = 0.1 36 = 0.6

12 = 0.2 42 = 0.7

18 = 0.3 48 = 0.8

24 = 0.4 54 = 0.9

30 = 0.5 60 = 1.0

I need to separate a list of times from a telecommunications bill. I have 170,000 line of data.

The Times are represented as below.

eg

46 46 Sec

59 59 Sec

100 1 Min

159 1 min 59 sec

200 2 mins

502 5 mins 2 sec

1256 12 mins 56 sec

3456 34 min 56 sec.

How do I separate them to a decimalized per min value.

I'm working on converting some databases. One has entries with normal human readable time format, the other uses the unix epoch time format.

Is there a function or vba code that I can use in excel to convert the normal time format to epoch time?

I've got a thousand or so entries, so it would be nice to find a way to do this on a large scale.

* Need a normal date calculation according to selected time zone. * Formula required in [D7], facing problem in Negative TimeValue.

View 7 Replies View RelatedI have a chart that contains time per task and then adds the tasks for a grant time total.

Example:

0:05 wash hands

0:10 brush teeth

0:20 shave

0:35 - total morning prep time

In my chart the total time is currently 63:25:00 or 2d 15h 25m

I want to break this down into a number that can be compared to a work week. In other words, if a typical work day is 8 hours, can I break this down to show work days and remaining hours and minutes? I'd like it to break down as: ?days ?hours ? minutes where days is an 8 hour day, not a 24 hour day

I have a time column (A) that when looked in the cell only shows AM & PM times, but the cell itself (not showing) contains dates too, keeping me from be able to do a sheet wide sort of time or time frame occurrences.

Can I do some thing to sort these cells with their corresponding rows based on time only disregarding dates?

I am trying sort out all rows that in column (A) is time equal to or greater than 4:00 PM OR even maybe sort all rows that column (A) shows a time between 4:00 PM & 7:00 PM. The date in the cell is the problem, I think. Excel 2013

How do you convert decimal time to standard time?

....Hrs

A1 21.70

A2 7.20

A3 37.38

I know 1.5 is 1:30 but I don't know the formula.

I'm trying to make a shift schedule template, and it's all done except that i cant sum the hours the way I think i should be able to.

I've attached the file for reference.

I've added in some hours for myself as an example. I have 47.5 hours in the week. I've got 3 Rows, In Out and Hours. I've formatted the In and Out the way i want them, but I would like the Hours row formatted as a decimal, so that 7 hours 30 minutes would show up as 7.5.

I'm also having trouble with the totals column at the end. Although D8:J8 total 47.5 hours, it's adding them as 23:30.

Data from a SQL database represents time of day as a string of x's when imported into Excel. With CLEAN, I found that noon is -0.5.

This means that the calculation being used for noon is (24 * -0.5), or -12, meaning "go to the end of the 24 hour day, then go back half a day to noon." Similar calculations work other times of day.

Time entries that start in one day and end in the next are not allowed, so there is no problem with a change in day,

How can I convert this to the AM/PM time that my users need?

I am trying to convert time (formated as hh:mm) to a number with 2 decimal places.

Example

A1 7:51

B1 - want the number to show 7.85

Will then multiply this by an hourly wage to get total $ paid.

we work with both Lotus 123 and Excel 2003. Lotus will be gone next year, but for now, the official mean to publish our reports is Lotus. With my work, I copy/paste a Lotus page to Excel. I use the following macro to convert Lotus format numbers (which Excel considers as text) to real numbers:

Sub ForceToNumber()

Dim wSheet As Worksheet

For Each wSheet In Worksheets

With wSheet

. Range("IV65536") = vbNullString

.Range("IV65536").Copy

.UsedRange.PasteSpecial xlPasteValues, xlPasteSpecialOperationAdd

End With

Next wSheet

End Sub

Source : http://www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthre...087#post184087. The problem is that I need to send back this data in Lotus. Excel considers decimal numbers with a coma as real numbers and numbers with a dot as a text. This previous macro fixes that. However, Lotus works the other way. Only numbers with a dot are considered real numbers. So I would need to find a way to code a macro that converts any numbers in the Excel sheet to a number with a dot. It's a bit like doing the opposite operation.

How to be able to convert decimal hours into time format.

Here are the examples:

12.2 = 12:02:00

98.41 = 98:41:00

300.42.1 = 300:42:10

and so on and so forth...

How can I add/subtract time entered as 1830 to give a decimal value?

Start=1830

Finish=2000

Time between = 1.5

Also, how can I convert time as 1830 (24hr) to 12hr time? ie. 0630.

Many years ago I created a complicated spreadsheet that calculated employees's leave, sick, vacation etc. The timekeeper would indicate the amount(s) used for a particular day and it would automatically calcuate. The problem with this is that the time keepers do not use .25, .50, or .75 for the fractured time. Instead they used .15, .30 and .45. Previously, I used a convuluted if statement looking to the right of the leave to figure out what and how to calculate it and I'm trying to revamp it to make it more streamlined.

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