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    Formula the change the time

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    I have a difficulties to change the time in this data. the time that less than 09:00 AM of previous date should be change into 21:xx PM. does any one know the formulas to change this ?
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    Re: Formula the change the time

    Your file does not seem to be consistent with your text above, as you have times after 10:00pm which are not shown as needing to be changed. Do you need the date to be changed as well?

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    Re: Formula the change the time

    Sorry, I mean All time before 09:00PM of previous date that will gonna change become 09:xx PM

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    Re: Formula the change the time

    Put this in C1:

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    then copy down to the bottom of your list of data (C22 in the example file).

    If you want a permanent change, you can fix the values in column C and then delete column B.

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: Formula the change the time

    thanks Pete, its work
    But its for today, what about for tomorrow date, its means I should change the date become "(A1=DATE(2013,10,01)", right?
    how about if I don't need change every day, I just paste the date and time into it, then the change automatically?
    Any Idea Pete?

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    Re: Formula the change the time

    So is it always yesterday's date that you will be interested in? If so you could change it to this:

    =IF(AND(A1=TODAY()-1,B1<21/24),TIME(21,MINUTE(B1),SECOND(B1)),B1)

    or if it is all dates before today you can use:

    =IF(AND(A1<TODAY(),B1<21/24),TIME(21,MINUTE(B1),SECOND(B1)),B1)

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: Formula the change the time

    dear Pete

    Thanks a lot, its really really what I mean

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