Show activity on this post. I need help formatting a datetime field in **excel** to **military time** as ddmm hhmm. There should be a space in between ddmm and hhmm. For example i have 6/16/2021, 5:15pm - this should change to 1606 1715. **excel excel**-**formula**.

In this article, we will learn how to calculate **military time** intervals. We will use the “Text” and “DOLLARDE” functions in Microsoft **Excel** 2010. TEXT: -This function is used to **convert** a value to text in a specific number format. ... Continue reading →

I am having trouble **converting time** to **military time**. Excell gives me the choice in format but when I select the format it does not change to **military time** in the column I am trying to change. The data comes from boxcar pro (a data logger for temperature and **time**) and is exported to **excel**. Can

To use, copy this, right click on your sheet tab, view code, paste this in. Adjust the section saying Range ("A:A") as needed so that it includes the area you will be working in. Note that if you accidentally enter an invalid **time**, the macro will not **convert** it and it will just be a large number (e.g., inputting 1299 will result in cell showing

**Convert** To **Military Time Excel**. **Excel** Details: **Converting** to **Military Time** MrExcel Message Board.**Excel** Details: Try using the **formula** TIMEVALUE (cell) and then format the result using the string. hmm "hours".(you must include the quotes in the format). Now, for some reason **Excel** won't **convert** the **time** from a string to a "**time** serial number" if there is no space between the ...

For example if start **time** is 11:00 PM and end **time** 08:15 AM then that **formula** will give the result 555 (the **time** difference in minutes) this shorter **formula** should also do the same. =1440*MOD (B1-A1,1) If by "**military time**" you mean that your times don't have colons, e.g. 2300 and 0815 then you can use this variation on the second **formula**.

I found this to be the simplest way to **convert time** into 3 shifts. The plus 1 allows for **excel** returning midnight to 00:59 as 0. (so in the **formula** below, the first six results of the choose function are "C" referring to night shift, then at 6am the shift changes to "A" day shift. and so on. "R3" is the cell i had the **time** in.

Re: Conditional Formatting **MIlitary Time**. In the workbook that you attached in post #9, highlight D2:D379 > Conditional Formatting > New Rule > Use a **formula**. =D2+0 < **TIME** (0,9,0) Format: Fill color of your choice > OK > OK. Make sure to clear any existing CF rules before (or after) applying this one. Register To Reply.

How do I subtract **Military time** to get minutes. If I wanted to subtract two **military** times to get minutes what **formula** would I use. For example, I need to subtract 20:22 (A1) from 20:54 (B1) and get 32 (for minutes) (C1) Also, would the **formula** be different crossing midnight. For example lets say on April 31st I have a **time** of 23:30 and on May

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I have a column in a spread sheet that is populated with date/**time** from an external application in the format "mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm" for example value in cell "B1" is "5/7/2011 15:45". I need only 1545. Using **excel formula**, I am able to **convert** in the adjacent cell "C1" using the **formula** =text(B1,"hhmm").

I can't tell if you want VBA code, or a **formula** for a cell, or what Custom, type 00000 is. Sean's answer above is probably the best from the standpoint of using VBA functions properly, but I don't believe there's any way to format a **time** object in **military time** with "(am)" and "(pm)" tacked on to the end.