## How do you convert degrees minutes and seconds in Excel?

Converting Decimal Degrees to Degrees/Minutes/Seconds Start Excel and press ALT+F11 to start the Visual Basic editor. On the Insert menu, click Module. Enter the sample code for the Convert_Degree custom function described above into the module sheet. Press ALT+F11 to return to excel.

**How do I convert hours minutes seconds in Excel?**

Because each hour can be represented as 1/24, you can convert an Excel time into decimal hours by multiplying the value by 24, convert to decimal minutes by multiplying the value by 1440 (24 * 60) , and convert to seconds by multiplying by 86400 (24 * 60 * 60).

### How do you convert degrees to degrees minutes seconds?

Follow these steps to convert decimal degrees to DMS :

- For the degrees use the whole number part of the decimal.
- For the minutes multiply the remaining decimal by 60. Use the whole number part of the answer as minutes.
- For the seconds multiply the new remaining decimal by 60.

**How do you convert HH mm SS to seconds in Excel?**

To convert hh:mm:ss time format to minutes: =((HOUR(A2)*60)+MINUTE(A2)+(SECOND(A2)/60)); To convert hh:mm:ss time format to seconds: =HOUR(A2)*3600 + MINUTE(A2)*60 + SECOND(A2).

#### How do you convert HH mm SS to HH mm in Excel?

Follow the steps:

- Select B2 cell and right click.
- From shortcut menu, go to Format cells. Format cells dialog box appears.
- In the dialog box. click custom under Category list. Find hh:mm:ss from right list.
- Now edit it as hhmmss in the right side just under ‘Type:’.

**How do you convert minutes to hours and minutes?**

To convert minutes to hours and minutes by division and multiplication,

- divide the minutes by 60.
- if the result is a number with a decimal part, then.
- the hours is the integer part.
- the minutes is the decimal part multiplied by 60.

## How do I convert time into hours in Excel?

This means if you have a decimal number for hours, you can simply divide by 24 to get the correct representation of hours in Excel. After dividing by 24, you can apply a time format of your choice, or use the result in a math operation with other dates or times.