Converting Minutes, Seconds And Tenths Of Seconds Into Seconds
I want to change 1 minute 24 seconds and 5 tenths into a seconds number. So basically it would come out as 84.50 seconds.
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What I need to do is to change that number of seconds into hours, minutes and seconds.
Changing the format of the cells doesn't work.
I've tried everything I can think of, and run out of ideas.
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96 needs changing to 00:01:36
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