how do I convert a date time field to a date field and the time section into seconds instead of hours, minutes and seconds

I have a date time field that I need to split into a date and a time field, and I also have to change the time from hours, minutes and seconds into total seconds, based on hours minutes and seconds.  THe system that I am importing data into does not use hours minutes and seconds, just seconds.

I will be formatting the data in excel and then importing.
sannunziAsked:
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
Date

=int(a1)

Time

=(a1-int(a1))*24*60*60

Make sure you format the date answer as a date, otherwise it will look like a 5 digit number

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sannunziAuthor Commented:
That worked great.  Thanks!
sannunziAuthor Commented:
That worked great.  Thanks!
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sannunziAuthor Commented:
That worked great.  Thanks!
sannunziAuthor Commented:
That worked great.  Thanks!
Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
You're welcome. You're welcome. You're welcome. You're welcome. :-)

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