Learn Excel – Quarter Hours: Podcast #1381

April 12, 2011 at 4:37 pm


There are 96 Quarter Hours each day and each day [according to Microsoft Excel] is equal to “1”. Why do we need to know this? Because today, in Episode #1381, Bill takes a look at Quarter Hours in Excel. Michael asks, “How can I group a Pivot Table up to Quarter Hours?” Unfortunately, there is no ideal way to do this in the Pivot Table or in PowerPivot, but Bill shows us how to add a Formula to the original Data Set to solve the problem.

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