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Re: [libreoffice-users] record durations, not time of day



On 1-8-2019 05:05, Alan B wrote:
If entered just as you've typed, it seems all the formats presume hrs,
minutes, and seconds. Applying the time formats don't cause the display you
wish because the "3" is presumed hours and the "5", minutes.

Enter instead 0:3:5

Then this custom format should do:
MM:SS displays 03:05

Available ready made formats display as follows...
[HH]:MM:SS.00 displays 00:03:05.00
MM:SS.00 displays 03:05.00
[HH]:MM:SS displays 00:03:05
HH:MM:SS displays 00:03:05
HH:MM displays 00:03

When using square brackets in hours ('[HH]')  the time does not stop at 23:59

25:00 with format [HH]:MM will show 25:00

when using format HH:MM, it will show 01:00


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References:
[libreoffice-users] record durations, not time of dayEric Beversluis <ebever@researchintegration.org>
Re: [libreoffice-users] record durations, not time of dayAlan B <aboba0@gmail.com>
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