Can you hardcode "time" inside a formula?

Ditzu77

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Let's say in cell A1 I have 8:00 am formatted as time and I want to put in cell B1 =A1="8:00 am" to return me a true.

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AlphaFrog

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This is one method

=A1="8:00 AM"*1

The *1 converts the Text-time into Serial-time
 

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