Thu 31 Oct 2019

## Excel Quiz 59 - Date & Time Quiz

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A general quiz on Excel

Mon 10 Jul 2017

## Solution - Challenge 63 - Convert to Date Format

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Below is a possible solution to the Challenge 63 - Convert to Date Format

Put following formula and drag down

=IFERROR(--SUBSTITUTE(A1,",",""),--SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(
SUBSTITUTE(A1,",","")," ","*",2),"*",", "))

Sat 10 Jun 2017

## Challenge 63 - Convert to Date Format

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This time, you have been given a file containing Text dates into various formats. The challenge before you is to write a single formula to convert them into an appropriate date format.

The challenge file can be downloaded from Challenge 63 - Convert to Date Format

The solution to the above challenge will be published after a month i.e. on 10-Jul-17.

Sat 20 May 2017

## Article 45 - How to know if a Cell contains Time

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We talked about Article 19 â€“ How to Check if a cell contains a date. Now, in this article, I will talk about checking the cell for time.

The way Excel stores dates as numbers, in the same way it stores time as numbers only. Only change is in range. The numbers get stored between 0 to 1. Hence,Â  6 AM is stored as .25, 12 PM is stored as 0.5 and so on.

Sat 06 May 2017

This is one single document which contains close to 100 formulas dealing with various situations. Useful for Intermediate and Advanced users.

Sat 03 Sep 2016

## Tips & Tricks 144 - Enter the Last Save Date and Time

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1. Open your workbook and ALT+F11
2. Locate your Workbook name in Project Explorer Window
3. Right click on your workbook name > Insert > Module
4. Copy paste the Macro code given
5. Save your file as .xlsm

To get Last Save Date, enter following in a cell
=LastSaveDate()

To get Last Save Time, enter following in a cell
=LastSaveTime()

To get Last Save Date & Time Both, enter following in a cell
=LastSaveDateTime()

Note - You will have to format your result cells appropriately in Date / Time / Timestamp format

< Download the workbook illustrating the same Last Saved Date Time >

```Function LastSaveDate()
Application.Volatile
LastSaveDate = DateValue(FileDateTime(ThisWorkbook.FullName))
End Function

Function LastSaveTime()
Application.Volatile
LastSaveTime = TimeValue(FileDateTime(ThisWorkbook.FullName))
End Function

Function LastSaveDateTime()
Application.Volatile
LastSaveDateTime = FileDateTime(ThisWorkbook.FullName)
End Function```

Sat 11 Jun 2016

## Excel Quiz 40 - Date Functions

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## Excel Quiz 40

A quiz on date functions of Excel

Sat 31 Oct 2015

## Tips & Tricks 115 - Insert Fixed Current Date and Current Time

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We all are aware about today() and now() formulas which insert current date and current date/timestamp. But these change with every recalculation of your worksheet.

But if you want to enter the current date and time which doesn't change with recalculation i.e. it gets fixed, then following Excel shortcuts can be used.

Current Date - CTRL+:

Current Time - CTRL+SHIFT+:

Current Date & Time - To insert the current date and time, press CTRL+; (semi-colon), then press SPACE, and then press CTRL+SHIFT+; (semi-colon).

Sat 05 Sep 2015

## Tips & Tricks 108 - Extract Date and Time from Date Timestamp

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Suppose you have a date timestamp value in cell A1

A1 = 06/14/15 10:15 PM

And you want to extract date and time out of this.

To extract date, use following formula and format the result cell as date

= INT(A1)

To extract time, use following formula and format the result cell as time

= MOD(A1,1)