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How do I convert the times in my tables to military time?
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Question by:doe5
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Mach1pro earned 300 total points
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Just change the Format property to 'Short Time'
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by:Volibrawl
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I'm prety sure the Hour(sometime) and Minute(sometime)
functions return their answers in Military time as well.  You may find those useful in some circumstances.
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by:Nosterdamus
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Hi doe5,

You can also use:
=format(MyTime,"hh:MM")

or what ever format that suits your needs.

HTH,

Nosterdamus
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by:doe5
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Thanks. Sorry it took so long to respond to your answer.
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