add the current TIME to a date that is entered on a userform

kbishop94

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My code:

Code:
With Cells(llRow, 2)    
    .Value = CDate(txtDateADD.Value)
    .NumberFormat = "mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm"
End With

txtDateADD is a textbox where the user enters a date.

what I need to go into the cell (llRow, 2) when a commandbutton is clicked and the data is copied to my worksheet, is a date & time that looks like and is formatted like this:

1/15/2019 11:33:52 AM

but what i get is this:

1/15/2019


An exact time is not important... just whatever the current time (now) is will suffice.

Please and Thank you for your assistance.

Keith
 

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Rick Rothstein

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Office Version
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My code:

Code:
With Cells(llRow, 2)    
    .Value = CDate(txtDateADD.Value) [B][B][COLOR="#FF0000"]+ Time[/COLOR][/B][/B]
    .NumberFormat = "mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm"
End With

txtDateADD is a textbox where the user enters a date.

what I need to go into the cell (llRow, 2) when a commandbutton is clicked and the data is copied to my worksheet, is a date & time that looks like and is formatted like this:

1/15/2019 11:33:52 AM

but what i get is this:

1/15/2019


An exact time is not important... just whatever the current time (now) is will suffice.
Try adding what I show in red above and see if that works for you.
 

kbishop94

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Joined
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Messages
307
Try adding what I show in red above and see if that works for you.


Thank you Rick... worked perfectly sir.
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