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How can I calculate the current CET Time while using now() funtion in Excel.

I am working in Saudi.


=NOW()

1/28/2014  10:32:47 AM
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Hello Sunil,

The link below would surely give you insights on how to do it. It has a sample file that you can download.

http://www.tushar-mehta.com/excel/timezone.htm

Sincerely,

Ed
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Thanks but I am looking to a solution within same excel funtion, rather than using an externa DB file again.
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Hi,

How about this formula...

=(NOW())-"04:00"
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If you are in Saudi, you may use =NOW()-"02:00".

http://www.timebie.com/timezone/centraleuropeansaudiarabia.php



Sincerely,

Ed
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Thank you Ed...
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