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VBA DateSerialThe VBA TimeSerial Function returns a Time from a supplied hour, minute and second.

The syntax of the function is:

TimeSerial( Hour, Minute, Second )

Where the function arguments are:

Hour | - | An integer (generally from 0 to 23) representing the hour of the required time. |

Minute | - | An integer (generally from 0 to 59) representing the minute of the required time. If the supplied Minute argument is less than 0 or greater than 59, this value is subtracted from, or added to, the supplied number of hours (as a partial hour). |

Second | - | An integer (generally from 0 to 59) representing the second of the required time. If the supplied Second argument is less than 0 or greater than 59, this value is subtracted from, or added to, the supplied number of minutes (as a partial minute). |

' Return two simple times Dim time1 As Date Dim time2 As Date time1 = TimeSerial( 11, 0, 0 ) time2 = TimeSerial( 19, 15, 30 )' The variable time1 is now equal to 11:00:00 AM. ' The variable time2 is now equal to 7:15:30 PM. |

After running the above VBA code, the variable time1 = 11:00:00 AM and the variable time2 = 7:15:30 PM.

The following VBA code shows examples of the VBA TimeSerial function when the supplied Minute or Second argument is outside the range 0 - 59.

' Return four different times (minute or second is outside the range 0-59) Dim time1 As Date time1 = TimeSerial( 8, -1, 0 ) ' The variable time1 is now equal to 7:59:00 AM. Dim time2 As Date time2 = TimeSerial( 8, 60, 0 ) ' The variable time2 is now equal to 9:00:00 AM. Dim time3 As Date Dim time4 As Datetime3 = TimeSerial( 8, 0, -1 ) ' The variable time3 is now equal to 7:59:59 AM. time4 = TimeSerial( 8, 0, 60 ) ' The variable time4 is now equal to 8:01:00 AM. |