Consider the function TIME(), which has 3 arguments: hours, minutes, seconds. Writing the formula =TIME(10,30,0), will get the cell value 10:30:00 format Time. We will show that number 0,4375 corresponds to 10:30 am.
EXCEL stores TIME in numerical form (fractional part of the number). For example, of 0.75 corresponds to 18:00, 0,5 - 12:00. If, for some reason, the TIME values stored in decimal form, for example, 10.5 hours, they can be converted into the standard time format (hours : minutes : seconds). The article also shows how to convert the number of 1800 to 18:00.
BREMSNES(), the English version of the TIMEVALUE(), converts the value from a text format to Time (where possible).
EXCEL in the Time format does not display milliseconds, but sometimes it's required. Using custom formatting to display the milliseconds.
When creating formulas to display in the cell containing the phrase text, and time, e.g. "it's 10:35", you may experience problems with the correct display of time. Solve the problem by first converting the time to a text value.
will Create a sequence of dates and times of various types: 01.01.09, 01.02.09, 01.03.09, ..., Jan, APR, Jul, ..., mon, Tue, Wed, ..., 1 sq, 2 sq.,..., 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, ... etc.
If you often enter data in time format (2:30:55), the need to enter a colon ":" seriously reduces speed. The question arises: is it Possible to do without entering the colon?
a Custom format is the display format for the value specified by the user. For example, the date 13/01/2010 can be displayed as: 13.01.2010 or 2010_01_13 or 13-Jan-10.
Round the time to the nearest 15 minutes.
IN EXCEL the date corresponds to a positive integer, and the time of day is the fractional part of the number.