How to show time with milliseconds in Excel?
For example a recorded time contains milliseconds, such as 10:33:50.235. When I type this time into a cell in Excel, the time shows as 33:50.2. After changing to the time format, the time shows as 10:33:50 AM with milliseconds disappearing. Is there any way to show time normally with remaining milliseconds in Excel? Yes, the following method will help you solve it easily.
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This method will walk you through creating a custom time format to show time with milliseconds in Excel. Please do as follows:
1. Select the time cells that you will show time with milliseconds, right click and select the Format Cells from the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:
2. In the opening Format Cells dialog box, go to Number tab, click to highlight the Custom in the Category box, and then type the format code hh:mm:ss.000 into the Type box.
3. Click the OK button. Then you will see the milliseconds are showing with time as below screenshot shown:
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoThanks very much for this.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agoThank you for this information. I need to enter times as per a stop watch in minutes, seconds and hundredths eg 1.23.56. I then need to calculate time differences which can be positive or negative. I get an error if negative and it shows #######.
Ideally I would like to enter using . rather than : as I have a larger number of times to enter.