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Excel 2010 Help - IST to EST

Posted on 2011-03-23
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I have a column "Date" - 3/19/2011 3:16 which is in IST. Is there a formula which i can use to convert them into EST? Lets say NewYork Time?
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Simply subtract n/24 to the IST date where n is the difference in hours between the two standards.

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If cell A1 has IST time, and you want cell B1 to have EST time then do this
In C1, type out the time difference between IST and EST in the hh:mm format and type this in B1

=A1+ C1

You will have to refer to web for the difference in timezone between the two.

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Oops beaten!

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Tum phir cheenka!!!
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ssaqibh: Bhai yeh "cheenka" kya hota hai? Peheli baar sun raha hoon :)

David: I will pretend that you missed my post by mistake. And No, I am not talking from the points perspective but from the acknowledgment perspective.

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No it is the same :)

I was not able to grasp it :)

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Maybe "Chheenka" would be a better way to spell it.
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