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Excel: trying to filter on time of >15 mins not working

Posted on 2011-09-30
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I'm trying to fileter on a cell that has time as 0:00:00 and I want to get any that re over 15mins.
when I set the custom filter to pull the data it is not working. It seems to put a long number in the filter when I go back and look.  Can I do this with a custom filter or do I need to code it? If code how would I code it?  Thanks
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please provide a sample workbook.

Dave
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Got it, it seems that the time was showing correct but it was not put in as number but text...
I'm good to go.
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cool!
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