Add 1 min to current time


For example:

"10:01" t o"10:02"

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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
Hi TungVan,



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You can use the Time function.

Time = "10:01:00 PM"
Mike TomlinsonHigh School Computer Science, Computer Applications, Digital Design, and Mathematics TeacherCommented:
Are you trying to CHANGE the current SYSTEM time so it advances one minute?

Or just trying to have a Date variable with a Time in it that is one minute in the future?

emoreau has given you the first...just to be complete though, you would assign that to a Date variable:

    Dim oneMinuteFromNow As Date
    oneMinuteFromNow  = DateAdd("n", 1, Now())

If this is what you are looking for then give emoreau the points please.  =)
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