On Mon, 31 Dec 2012 16:20:23 -0300
"Daniel A. Rodriguez" <email@example.com> wrote:
I need to calculate several videos duration having initial and final
time in hh:mm:ss.000 format. But even if such format is set as a custom
one just got a #VALUE! message.
Is possible to achieve that task or need to look for an alternative way
to find out?
Tried it here, and it works for me.
From the help pages an error of #VALUE indicates; The formula yields a
value that does not correspond to the definition, or a cell that is
referenced in the formula contains a text string instead of a number.
So, ensure your cells are all of the custom time type, and you're not
entering, for example, o(oh) or O(OH) instead of 0(zero).
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