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Old November 3rd 14, 11:35 PM
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I have data in a column in the format 0:04 or 0:11. In the next column I want to take the numbers to the right of the colon and multiply by 9.75. I would also like a way to drop off the 0: from each column.


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Hi,

Am Mon, 3 Nov 2014 23:35:21 +0000 schrieb A+ Positive Solutions:

I have data in a column in the format 0:04 or 0:11. In the next column
I want to take the numbers to the right of the colon and multiply by
9.75. I would also like a way to drop off the 0: from each column.


format your column in custom format:
[0,0416667]h:mm;mm

To multiply the value right of the colon:
=MINUTE(A1)*9.75
and format the cell General


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