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[h]:mm format

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    [h]:mm format

    I have a series of sheets that are linked together to calculate total hours worked and then different codes of time spend away from someone's primary job. These work great, except for one department that recently hired enough employees that there are over 1000 hours worked/scheduled daily. Now on this one sheet the value comes up with something like 1,111:14 and I get #Value errors on the formulas. If I go in manually and remove the comma, everything works fine. The next day when it imports the data same thing. It is annoying because I am the only one qualified to backspace a comma out of this sheet evidently. I checked the format of the cell but taking comma separator value check box off is not an option on this custom format. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

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    Re: [h]:mm format

    Now on this one sheet the value comes up with something like 1,111:14
    Comes in from what?
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    Re: [h]:mm format

    Perhaps Regional and Language options of export machine has an answer.

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