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Excel 2007 : Count with time part

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    Count with time part

    OK, I have a sheet. It has multiple columns but I need to find all the "unique" values in the date/time column. However the date is formatted as "yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.000" and because of logging, the data comes in from multiple places and could be off by a couple of seconds.

    So, how can I count the unique times (meaning by "yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm") only? Stumped so far as I used the forumula in the cell "=SUMPRODUCT((O25:O41<>"")/COUNTIF(O25:O41,O25:O41&""))" and that is OK but is too granular for what I am trying to accomplish.

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    Re: Count with time part

    "granular"? Prithee tell.
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