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Sharepoint time calculated column

Posted on 2011-09-28
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Dear Experts

In Sharepoint 2010 I am trying to create a calculated date & time field so I can deploy a work load to send a reminder of an event.

I have 2 fields in use here:  “Published”, which is the date from which the calculation need to be made and “Reminder” (the Calculated field)

“Published” is set to only show the date part for end users (& therefore I assume sets the time format at 00:00:00)

What I need to do is set the calculated field to be 15 hours before the “Published” field.

I can perform calculations to date days away, but not hours – how do I do this?

Many thanks
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Found the way round this ... was to divide the day up (ie. 1/2 day = .5 etc etc) - example below.

=([Publication Date]-.6
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