Convert date time from UTC to EST

Helen T

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Hello,

My first post! I am trying to convert spreadsheet from UTC time and date to EST. My formulas for Column C is =MOD(B13-(5/24),1). But for the first 4 rows the time does not convert to 11/11/2016 as it should be. Another way I tried was =B13 -"05:00:00" which also converts the time but not the date. Can anyone help?

DateTimeEST
11/12/201600:53:37 19:53:37
11/12/2016 00:54:0919:54:09
11/12/201600:54:4519:54:45
11/12/201600:57:0119:57:01
11/12/201601:56:2720:56:27
11/12/201602:20:4321:20:43
11/12/201602:51:2121:51:21
11/12/201609:10:5404:10:54

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DRSteele

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Welcome to the forum.

I think this is what you're after. I have formatted columns C and D as a Custom format (m/d/yyyy h:mm:ss).

ABCD
1UTC DateUTC TimeUTC D&TEST D&T
211/12/20160:53:3711/12/2016 0:53:3711/11/2016 19:53:37
311/12/20160:54:0911/12/2016 0:54:0911/11/2016 19:54:09
411/12/20160:54:4511/12/2016 0:54:4511/11/2016 19:54:45
511/12/20160:57:0111/12/2016 0:57:0111/11/2016 19:57:01
611/12/20161:56:2711/12/2016 1:56:2711/11/2016 20:56:27
711/12/20162:20:4311/12/2016 2:20:4311/11/2016 21:20:43
811/12/20162:51:2111/12/2016 2:51:2111/11/2016 21:51:21
911/12/20169:10:5411/12/2016 9:10:5411/12/2016 4:10:54

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Sheet61

Worksheet Formulas
CellFormula
C2=A2+B2
D2=C2-5/24

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Helen T

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I custom formatted by C column with mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss and my results are: 09/26/2133 01:47:14, I am doing something wrong and then C is formatted =A2+B2. I've got a couple of Mr. Excel books that I'm checking but still don't see what I am doing wrong.


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Helen T

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I think I have it figured out- Both Column A & B show Date and Time so that portion is already calculated - so I just needed the second formula and it is now correct! thanks again for your assistance.
 

DRSteele

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Dates and times in Excel present challenges. It's hard to know sometimes just what is in the cell. I'm glad you worked it out.
 

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