Is there a time zone conversion function in Excel?
How do I convert a given date and time of a time zone (USA) to the date and time of another time zone (Asia)? For example, in one column there is the USA date and time ( 5/12/12 4:30AM). How do I convert this in a formula in another column if the (Asia) date and time zone is ahead by 16 hours?
In the spreadsheet attached , I have four buttons which needs some macros to perform below function -
IF button 1 is clicked - It should assume that Data is in IST format and should convert it to PST format
IF button 2 is clicked - It should assume that data is in EST format and should convert it to PST format .
Similarly for other tabs as well.
I'm trying to figure out if there is any easier way to convert a particular time zone (eg: EST Time ' Mela Time / EST Time ' CST Time and the likes )
Right now I'm using this formula: (example scenario below )
Converting 12:00 am EST to Manila = TIME(IF(HOUR(A4),13+HOUR(A4),HOUR(A4)+13),MINUTE(A4),SECOND(A4))
Is there a way to take 6:30 represented as a time and convert it to 6.5?
What I do is track my hours by having a start time and a stop time. Then the difference is stored and it will look like a time. I then want a function that will automatically take that time value and convert it into a decimal.
I put together this code below, can someone tell me how to get this to show up as Pacific time if you are using a PC not in that time zone? Also is there a way to make the cell update as the time changes?
=MONTH(NOW()) & "/" & DAY(NOW()) & "/" & YEAR(NOW()) & " " & HOUR(NOW()) & ":" & MINUTE(NOW())
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