How to quickly convert milliseconds to a date in Excel?
Have you ever tried to calculate a date by a given number of milliseconds? For instance, 112233445566 is the number of milliseconds that far from a specific date, 1990, and now you want to convert the milliseconds to a date as below screenshot shown.
With one formula, you can quickly handle this job.
Select a cell which you will place the date in, type this formula = (G2/86400000)+DATE(1990,1,1), G2 is the milliseconds cell, 1990,1,1 is the start date, press Enter key and drag autofill handle down to the cells for getting a list of decimal number. See screenshot:
Go to Home tab and select Short Date from the Number Format drop-down list in Number group to format the numbers as dates. See screenshot:
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