I have a report that tells me how many items are completed every "x" seconds for a person. What I would like to do is when I enter that information into my spreadsheet is to have it calculate those seconds into minutes and seconds. (i.e. I will enter 105 (seconds) into a cell and I want it to display 1:45. Is there a formula or setting in the cell format that can do this? The problem I am going to have is that I will have to enter in each cell as seconds every time and then need it to convert to the minute and second format.
I am trying to set up a workbook to record times for our swimming club. This will involve recording the swimmer's time as minutes, seconds, tenths and hundredths. I would then want to be able to compare the new time to the swimmer's previous personal best and calculate the difference.
I trying to figure a formula to convert time on a phone call eg. 01:01:21 into total seconds (3661). Phonecalls will never be more than an hour long but the spreadsheet I will be supplied with (havn't got it yet!) will display them in the 00:00:00 format.
I am trying to convert a number of "hours" "minutes" and "seconds", to give me a result in seconds only, in order that I may then financially cost the amount of time spent on a task. (A time and motion costing exercise)
1119:48:06 Represents 1119hours:48minutes:36seconds spent on a task.
I can manually convert this to 4031286 seconds, but it just takes too much time !!!(sorry!)
The data is extracted from a database which is unable to split the hours,minutes,seconds into seperate fields, which prevents me from using three cells in excel.
How do I get a straight conversion from h:mm to h:tenths? As soon as it hits 23:59, the clock start over in the tenths column. ie...39:27 should read 39.4. I'm currently using this formula: =(T10-INT(T10))*24
I recently had a major system crash. Took me a couple of hot stops and starts to get my XP professional to behave. It seemed to sort itself out and all is now working fine except that is for excel 2010 part of office 2010 personal and business. I first installed Office 2010 in January this year and it has all worked fine. Now Excel spread sheets behave as follows - even those that were created before the system crashes mentioned above. If I enter integer 1 in any cell and press accept the entry becomes '0.01'. If I enter 1.0 the entry becomes 1 when accept pressed. I have repaired the Office suite. I have removed and reload the Office suite. I have tested numbers in Word and on the calculator and both work correctly - so my question is simple - How do I make Excel once again accept that a single digit should be taken at value and not convert it to tenths?
I am working on a set of data that has a two week time period and specific times of events throughout each day. The dates and times are in separate columns and the time is in 24 hour format HH:MM. I am trying to count the number of occurrences in tenths of the hour or six minute increments, so 1-6 would equal .1 - 7-12 would equal .2 and so on - I really would remove the decimal and just express the value as 1-10. I am then just trying to do a count of the number of occurences for each hour and each day to see where the occurences are grouping. I will then graph this result to see where the clusters occur
Okay - the variable myDTStart is calculated off of this formula and I've put in what I have it testing as now and the result I am getting:
Code: myDTStart = Application.WorksheetFunction.WorkDay(MyDate, (myBMLT - myAssy - OMSpd), holidays) MyDate = today's date (coming from a cell - current value of 2/6/2012) myBMLT = # of days (coming from a cell - current value of 15) myAssy = # of days (coming from a cell - current value of 3) OMSpd = # of days (coming from a cell - current value of 1) holidays = refers to a range of cells that has holidays (Dim as range)
It is currently returning it as a "40998" , but not in the right format in a msgbox. How do I get it to return it in date format "mm/dd/yyyy"? I've tried doing it with a With statement and a Format statement, but can't get it to work.
My workbook contains two worksheets a scorecard template and a data sheet. I use the lookup function to retrieve statistics from the data to populate various fields in the scorecard template. The value can be numeric, currency or percentages depending on the lookup criteria. Although the data shows the correct formats in the data sheet, when the lookup retrieves the value it only shows the value as number format. Is there a way the cell can retrieve the cell format information as well as the value and apply it to the cell
I don't even know if this is possible but can you use some formula within Excel to return a value to a cell based on the cell formatting of another cell? Here is specifically what I am trying to do:
Cell A2 has a value of 10. If the font color of that cell is black (or "automatic") I want a formula in cell A1 that will return a value of "+10". If the font color of cell A2 is red, I want the formula in cell A1 to return a value of "-10".
I am trying to return a number with a specific format. I need Excel to look in a particular column and when it finds the entry in the correct format to return it in a new column. I want it to repeatedly return the number to the new column until it finds another number of the same format in the original column.
When I am converting a time from Hours/Minutes to Hours/Tenths, Excel is not converting it consitantely. EXAMPLE: 1:15 = 1.25. When I format the cell to present only one place past the decimal point, sometimes the cell will round up to 1.3, and other times it will round down to 1.2. What am I missing?
Below is my code to display a seconds count down timer in a textbox.
What I want to be able to do is have another textbox where I can enter the number of seconds that the timer will count down.
I don't know how to take a value from the textbox and make it like #12:00:15 AM#
How would I do this?
Sub warmTimer() Dim InitialTime As Single Dim FinalTime As Single InitialTime = Time FinalTime = InitialTime + #12:00:15 AM# Do txtTimer.Text = Format((FinalTime - Time), "s") Loop Until (Time >= FinalTime) Or (Skip = 1) txtTimer.Text = "Time complete" End Sub
Is there a way to make a macro delay for like 30 seconds before it does its thing? What I'm trying to do is have something turned off before the spreadsheet is saved, and after the spreadsheet is saved have a macro that runs 30 seconds afterwards to turn said feature back on. On error this macro will simply terminate.
I have a value of 0:01:20.555 in a cell in the form of hh.mm.ss.111 and I want to get the adjacent cell to display that value in just seconds (ss.11 to be precise).
So say for example I used 0:01:20.555 (1 minute and 20.555 seconds). So the 1 minute is 60 seconds, so overall the time in seconds would be 80.55 (I need to round off to 2 decimal places instead of the previous 3).