How to get the Separating Dates and Times in Microsoft Excel

In this article, you’ll learn how to separate dates and time from a cell you need to use the INT & MOD formulae in Microsoft Excel.

For data analysis we have to extract several data from software. From few software’s we get standardize data in which we get dates along with time. We should know how to separate dates and time.

Let’s take an example and understand:-

To separate date and time follow below given steps:-

  • Select the cell B1 and write the formula to extract date from cell A1
  • =INT(A1), press enter
  • Format this cell as “mm/dd/yyyy”
  • To format the cell, press the key “CTRL+1”
  • Format Cells dialog box will appear

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  • In the “Number” tab select “Custom” in the type box, type the date format as DD/MM/YYYY

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  • Click on OK

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To separate time follow the below given steps:-

  • Select the cell B1 and write the formula to extract time from cell A1
  • =MOD (A1, 1), press Enter

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  • Format this cell as “h:mm”
  • To format the cell, press the key “CTRL+1”
  • The “Format Cells” dialog box  will appear
  • In the “Number” tab select “Custom” in the type box, type the date format as “h:mm”

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  • Click OK

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In this way, we can separate date and time from a cell in Microsoft Excel by using the functions.

 

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  1. Is there a formula that I can use to group a set of "time".
    For example:
    12:01 PM
    12:15 PM
    1:05 PM
    2:18 PM
    2:20 PM
    1:08 PM

    Then I want to group them into these intervals
    12:00PM-12:30PM
    12:31PM-1:00PM
    1:01PM-1:30PM
    1:29PM-2:00PM
    2:01PM-2:30PM

    Hope you can help me with this. Thanks in advance!

  2. If I have a date and time format like following than how this will work. Is there any way to do so:

    January 1, 1900 12:00:00 AM

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