## How to convert dd hh mm time format to hours or minutes in Excel?

Supposing you have a list of date format as DD:HH:MM which means days, hours, minutes, but now, you need to convert this to hours or minutes. This article will talk about how to convert the DD:HH:MM time format to hours or minutes in Excel.

Convert DD:HH:MM time format to hours and minutes

Convert DD HH:MM:SS time format to minutes only

#### Convert DD:HH:MM time format to hours and minutes

For example, to convert 01:23:15 (1day, 23hours, 15minutes) to 47:15 (47hours, 15minutes), please apply the following formula:

Enter this formula:

=24*LEFT(A2,FIND(":",A2)-1)+MID(A2,FIND(":",A2)+1,LEN(A2)-2-LEN(RIGHT(A2,LEN(A2)-FIND("@",SUBSTITUTE(A2,":","@",2))))-LEN(LEFT(A2,FIND(":",A2)-1)))&":"&TEXT(RIGHT(A2,LEN(A2)-FIND("@",SUBSTITUTE(A2,":","@",2))),"00") into a blank cell where you want to output the result, and then drag the fill handle down to the cells which you want to apply this formula, and all the DD:HH:MM time format has been converted to the HH:MM time format, see screenshot:

#### Convert DD HH:MM:SS time format to minutes only

If you need to convert the DD HH:MM:SS date format to minutes only, such as convert 01 23:15:00 (1day, 23hours, 15minutes, 0second) to 2835 minutes. Please apply this formula:

Enter this formula into a blank cell:

=CONVERT(DATE(1900,1,LEFT(A2,FIND(" ",A2)-1))+TIME(RIGHT(LEFT(A2,FIND(":",A2)-1),FIND(" ",LEFT(A2,FIND(":",A2)-1))),LEFT(RIGHT(A2,LEN(A2)-FIND(":",A2)),FIND(":",RIGHT(A2,LEN(A2)-FIND(":",A2)))-1),RIGHT(A2,LEN(A2)-FIND(":",A2,FIND(":",A2)+1))),"day","mn") and then drag the fill handle down to the cells to contain this formula, and the DD HH:MM:SS date format has been converted to only minutes, see screenshot:

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How would you convert the DD HH:MM:SS formula provided to output minutes if the original format is DD HH:MM instead of DD HH:MM:SS?
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Hello, Caroline
=1440*(LEFT(A2,FIND(" ",A2)-1)+TIME(MID(A2,FIND(" ",A2)+1,FIND(":",A2)-FIND(" ",A2)-1),MID(A2,FIND(":",A2)+1,2),0))

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I need to convert HH:MM:SS to hours only. It is coming into Excel from our database 3/01/1900 10:00:00 AM which is presenting as 82:00:00. I want this cell to just show 82 as a number. I found a formula using MROUND to achieve this very simply but I have lost the formula now! Any ideas?
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Hello, Caitriona C
``=CONVERT(A2,"day","hr")``

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i have hours i need convert to day:hour:mint
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Hi, prem,
To convert hours to dd:hh:mm format, please apply the below formula:
``=DAY(A2/24)&":"&MOD(INT(A2),24)&":"&INT(MOD(A2,1)*60)``

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Hello, Gogara
Sorry, I can't get your point, could you upload a screenshot or attachment to explain your problem?
Thank you!
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I have DD:HH:MM:SS and I want to convert to HH:MM:SS
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I thought the formula for coverting DD:HH:mm:ss looked a little funky. I've been working with Excel for ages and i'm pretty good at getting it to do what I want but have a bit of trouble with data files generated by LANDH systems and need to convert to decimals. SInce I don't know python, my options are limited.

This funky formula did not work for me. The syntax is not like formulae I have used before so I'm just not going to mess with this one. I'm guessing I have to buy something first? I already bought office, that should be sufficient.
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