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Default Select date from cell with m/d/yyyy h:mm format

Hi all,

I need some help about my new task... I need to transfer whole column A of Sheet 1 into column A of Sheet 2. The problem is all data in Column A Sheet 1 is formatted as "m/d/yyyy h:mm".

For example for A1(Sheet1) = 07/06/2008 5:30:00 AM.
And I need this information (only time which is 5:30:00 AM) to be print at A1(Sheet 2). Somebody help me.....

Regards,
Mona

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Hi Mona

Can you try the following?

Sub DFormat()


Sheets(2).Range("A1").Value = Format(Sheets(1).Range("A1").Value, "h:mm AM/PM")

End Sub

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Thanks Shasur,

It work!!! it helps lots.... thank you :D



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