time formatting

daveyc18

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  1. 365
  2. 2010
when i enter this "=TEXT(NOW(),"hh:mm")"

i get military format....i want 13:30 displaysed as 1:30 pm instead

i tried chagning the formatting via ctrl + 1, but to no avail
 

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shg

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Change the formula to =NOW() and format as you like.
 

shg

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=MOD(NOW(), 1)) and format as you like.
 

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