Convert numbers to time with vba

Guys, please see the attached file;

The file has the following code from ssaqibh, Posted on 1/18/2013, ID: 38795563

It works great to enter numbers without using the the colon, 645p results to 6:45 PM.

But if I enter a number ending with a zero, 650p, that results to 6:05 PM.

Please help me solve this problem with numbers ending with a zero.

Thank you for your help,

Robert
test-time.xlsm
rws1Asked:
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Saqib Husain, SyedConnect With a Mentor EngineerCommented:
Modify this line

                Target = CVDate(Replace(Format(Left(Target, Len(Target) - 1) / 100, "0.00"), ".", ":") & Right(Target, 1) & "m")
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
You should always put such queries in the same thread instead of opening a new thread so that anyone viewing the previous thread gets the correct answer,

Alternatively you may put a link to the new question in the previous question.
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redmondbConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi, rws1.

My original version handles it correctly. I pointed out the other differences between it and ssaqibh's version. Do you want any of them changed?

Regards,
Brian.
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rws1Author Commented:
Thank you guys, your response were both exactly what I needed.

I thought I needed to start a new question so that points could be issued and I could get the answer to the question.
Are you saying that if I continued with the previous question it would have been answered without issuing points, please educate to me the rules. I am confused in this area.

Once again thank you, you guys are great.

Robert
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redmondbCommented:
Thanks, Robert.

please educate to me the rules.
Unfortunately there are no hard and fast rules - it depends on the expert, how closely related the follow-on is to the original question, how much work it will involve and how long it is since the original question.

The best advice I can give you is to post in the closed question, but include a remark offering to open a new question. That should satisfy both extremes of expert opinion!

(Of course, opening a new question may have the advantage of bringing a fresh pair of eyes to your problem!)

Regards,
Brian.
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
I do not have anything against opening a new question but the most important thing is to get the previous thread connected with the correct answer.

I, for one, would be more than happy to correct any of my mistakes in an already closed thread. I am also open to getting a personal email for this if, for some reason, I miss the comment posted in the thread.
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rws1Author Commented:
Thanks, guys I will remember your comments in the future.

Robert
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