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Timestamp in Excel - Seconds won't appear

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    Angry Timestamp in Excel - Seconds won't appear

    I am trying to use the time stamp function in excel (Ctrl - Shift - but I only allows me to see the hh:mm when the time is added.

    Ex. 11:11:00 AM

    I tried to change the format from Time to Custom and put it in the h:mm:ss AM/PM format but even adding that formatting to the cell won't show the seconds.

    How can I get the timestamp function to add seconds so the formatting is once again Ex. 11:11:11 AM?


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    Re: Timestamp in Excel - Seconds won't appear

    Unless you use VBA, you can't!! Excel will only give you hh:mm with the shortcut. is VBA any use to you?

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