modify code written by another coder vb6

Need this code to accept am/pm time
Dim dteTaskTime As Date
Dim dteTaskTimeTom As Date
Dim dteTimeNow As Date
Dim lngDifference As Long
Dim lngHours As Long
Dim lngMinutes As Long

dteTimeNow = TimeValue(Now)
' This is set up for a 9AM task
dteTaskTime = TimeValue("9:00") ' assumes military time

If dteTimeNow > dteTaskTime Then
    ' Format a date+time value that represents the task time tomorrow
    dteTaskTimeTom = Format(Now + 1, "short date") & " " & dteTaskTime
    lngDifference = Abs(DateDiff("s", dteTaskTimeTom, Now))
    lngDifference = DateDiff("s", dteTimeNow, dteTaskTime)
    lngHours = (lngDifference \ 60) \ 60
    lngMinutes = (lngDifference - (lngHours * 60 * 60)) \ 60
End If

lngHours = (lngDifference \ 60) \ 60
lngMinutes = (lngDifference - (lngHours * 60 * 60)) \ 60
MsgBox "Task due in " & lngHours & " Hours and " & lngMinutes & " Minutes"
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
I believe I explained how to do that.

Add something like this after the dteTaskTime = TimeValue("9:00") ' assumes military time line.

If <some test that tells you the time is PM> Then
    dteTaskTime = DateAdd("h", 12, dteTaskTime)
End If

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It seems that there is more to this query than appears in the question, but to answer what is in the text:

TimeValue assumes the 24hour clock unless the letters PM appear at the end, so TimeValue("9:00PM") is the same as TimeValue("21:00").

AM is also acceptable, but up to noon, the 12 and the 24 hour clocks are the same, so there in no overall effect.
isnoend2001Author Commented:
thats the part i was not getting: TimeValue
dteTaskTime = TimeValue(9:00AM) would be 9:00
dteTaskTime = TimeValue(9:00PM) would be 21:00
did not realize  TimeValue would do that
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