Time zone conversion

Hello.

I get some information on events and a field has its time as:

17:00 CEST

Unfortunately I need at this time in HE, so I need to convert from UTC + 2 to UTC - 5. I've done to isolate the "05" and subtract the amount of time. BUT my problem is so he can understand if it is AM or PM.

Any suggestion?

Thank you very much

Luiz

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If I understand correctly, then you can try something like this:

The formula in B2:

= LEFT (A, 8)

This removes SSTC and leaves a string of numbers that is able to recognize as a time.

The formula in C2:

= TIME (HOUR (B) −7, MINUTE (B), SECOND (B))

The result will be a string date and time, where the cell was formatted in does not show the part of the date.

SG

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