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TIMEVALUE: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use TIMEVALUE in Excel?

TIMEVALUE is a function in Excel that converts a text string into a time value. The text string can be in any of the following formats: hh:mm:ss, mm:ss, or ss. The time value is returned as a serial number.

What is the syntax of TIMEVALUE in Excel?

TIMEVALUE is a function in Excel that takes a text string as an input and returns the number of hours and minutes that the text represents. The syntax of TIMEVALUE is TIMEVALUE(text), where text is the text string that you want to convert to a time value.

What is an example of how to use TIMEVALUE in Excel?

TIMEVALUE is a function in Excel that converts a text string into a time value. The text string can be in any form, such as "3:00 PM" or "3 pm". The time value is then stored in a cell in the format "hh:mm AM/PM".

When should you not use TIMEVALUE in Excel?

TIMEVALUE should not be used when the time is entered as text.

What are some similar formulae to TIMEVALUE in Excel?

TIMEVALUE is a function in Excel that converts a text string into a time value. The text string can be in any of the following formats: hh:mm, mm:ss, or ss.fff. The hh, mm, and ss represent hours, minutes, and seconds, respectively. The fff represents milliseconds. Some similar formulae to TIMEVALUE in Excel are:

TIMESERIES: This function is used to calculate the moving average of a time series.

TIMESTAMP: This function is used to return the number of days, hours, minutes, and seconds between two dates.

NOW: This function returns the current date and time.

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