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Is there a way to enter a start date in a cell then to see time elapsed (numbers of minutes or seconds since then?)

thanks
Andy
 

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On 2002-10-07 08:25, AndyD2002 wrote:
Is there a way to enter a start date in a cell then to see time elapsed (numbers of minutes or seconds since then?)

thanks
Andy
If you have entered that Start Time in A1
in B1 enter = NOW()-A1

Format B1 for Time in Mins and seconds.

Note this will only update each time you recalulate (F9).

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