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Adding a Reminder Time Via Vbscript to outlook

I have a solution for adding the due date at this post: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_25025125.html?cid=748#a26194480

Now I want to do the same thing but add a reminder time: The data I get from the accounting software is like 20100106

I am using the above link formula to covert to outlook time but how do I also add a time to that. The time I wan't to add will always be 10:00 AM

Here is the reminder time code that works:

reminderTime = dateserial(left("20100108",4),mid("20100108", 5, 2),mid("20100108",7,2))

Now I wan't to add the 10:00AM somehow

Thanks
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badgermike
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badgermikeAuthor Commented:
In my 3rd sentance, I meant I am using the above link to convert the date (not time)...I just want to add 10:00am to it.

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Chris BottomleyCommented:
Hello badgermike,

Do you mean:

dateserial(left("20100108",4),mid("20100108", 5, 2),mid("20100108",7,2)) + timevalue("10:00") or
Format(dateserial(left("20100108",4),mid("20100108", 5, 2),mid("20100108",7,2)) + timevalue("10:10"), "ddddd h:nn AMPM")

Regards,

chris_bottomley
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