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J-Day Conversions on excel.

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Im trying to find a formula to convert a generated number into its date and time, seconds included.

The computer is generating its time and seconds into a J-day number like so.

j-day seconds
00175 068280
Jun 25 '12 #1
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Welcome to Bytes.

Looks like you posted on a busy day and slipped out of the standard window. Sorry to take so long to get to you.

I'm not sure exactly where you are pulling "00175 068280" from in any PC. Would you please post the code that you used to obtain that number. Without that information, we simply can not help you.

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