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Military Time Import
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   13 months ago

Import Spreadsheet w Military Time into Access


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial I'm going to teach you how to take a spreadsheet that has military times in it such as 1400 and 2230 and import those into Microsoft Access as proper time values. 

Samantha from Jacksonville, Florida (a Platinum Member) asks: I am using Microsoft Access and I have received a spreadsheet that has times in military format such as 1400 and 2230 and so on. Is there any way I can import this data into Access and convert those values into regular times in a date/time field?

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  • X: Format([MyTime],"0000")
  • H: Left([X],2)
  • N: Right([X],2)
  • NT: TimeSerial([H],[N],0)

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