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I have a column A holding GMT/BST timezone dates


22/04/2014 00:01:00
22/04/2014 15:00:00

How can I show (using a formula in column B the dates of CST which is 6 hours behind i.e.


21/04/2014 18:01:00
22/04/2014 09:00:00


and Western Europe time in colum C 1 hour ahead

22/04/2014 01:01:00
22/04/2014 16:00:00

kindly advise
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

Without specifying Daylight Saving Time you could use

=A1-TIMEVALUE("6:00")

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and
=A1+TIMEVALUE("1:00")

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Regards
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