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    Re: Enering times (2000/SP3)

    Your code contains

    If Application.Intersect(Target, Range("B6:C31")) Is Nothing Then

    so it only checks cells in the range B6:C31, and ignores all others, such as B32!

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    Re: Enering times (2000/SP3)

    Thank you Hans. I am a little embarrassed because I had forgotten that I even HAD code in the workbook!

    Thanks again...

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    Re: Enering times (2000/SP3)

    If you hadn't had code, 1130 would never be changed to 11:30 AM. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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    Entering times (2000/SP3)

    Typo in subject corrected by HansV to aid future searches

    Help. I have a spreadsheet that is confusing me. The sheet is used to track accumulated time during a visit. In the attachment, look at cells B31 and B32. I normally enter the time in 24 hour format (ie: 1100, 1400, etc). Every thing is fine until I get to cell B32. when I enter 1100 or 1400 I get 12::00 AM.

    Note that I use the same format in cell B31 and it works as it should!

    As far as I can tell, the cells are formatted identically.

    Any Ideas??

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