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Excel 2010 Expert 2
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   3/21/2011 5:33:57 PM

This is the second class in our Excel 2010 Expert Series. It picks up where Expert Level 1 left off. The focus of this course is working with date and time values in Excel. Topics covered include:

- Understanding how Excel stores dates/times
- Date/time arithmetic (adding, subtracting)
- Custom date/time codes and formats
- Most popular date/time functions
- Determining the components of a date/time
- Constructing a date/time from it's components
- Calculating an age or anniversary date
- Determining the work days between two dates
- Creating a time sheet to track hours

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Rajiv Dass    
11/22/2015
Excel 2010 Expert 2 (3:19), you inputted three "yyy" to get a four digit year for Custom and toward the end (05:24), Custom Date Codes only two options "yy" & "YYYY"?


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Rajiv Dass    
11/21/2015
Excel 2010, Expert 2, lesson 3 (00:56), you have input lower case "am/pm" but the output was upper case "AM"?
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heri 
6/30/2015
i want to calculate difference between two date n time for example:- cell1 30/06/15 cell2 09:50:00 am cell 3 01/07/15 cell4 02:50:00 am. Plz tell me if you can do it.


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Sandra F 
3/19/2015
=IF(G93='Daily Cash_Sales_AR Summary'!AC2,'Daily Cash_Sales_AR Summary'!c8:c14,"-")
I get a 'Value' Error with the above;  G93 and AC2 are Dates...Anybody?


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Joe Beniacar    
4/18/2014
Hi Richard, thanks a lot for your very helpful videos! Just a quick question: when would it be faster to use DATEVALUE and TIMEVALUE with Format Cells, rather than simply typing in the actual Date to a cell to begin with? Thanks!
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