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Hi,
I am working on a spreadsheet which records the

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Hi,

I am working on a spreadsheet which records the following data:

degrees; minutes; seconds

I use a separate cell to record each piece of data and then I need to create a formula to convert the minutes & seconds to degrees and add up the three columns

Ok you can go to http://www.wikisend.com/ and upload the file using the Browse button (no need to signup) then copy the "File ID" number (or the download link) that you will be given and paste it here in your reply.

If the file has sensitive information let me know before you upload it

I have already formatted one cell to record time in minutes, I now need to format a cell to record time in seconds - disregard the column for degrees for the minute.

Once the cells have been formatted, I then need to create a formula to convert the minutes & seconds to degrees, and then add the result to the degree column

I do not understand where to place the formula and which cells it should process. I am spending a lot of time on this back and forth correspondence gratis because you are not answering my questions

I do not want you to place the formulas anywhere, I just want you to tell me what they are and I will place them where I want them to appear on the sheet.

The previous expert I spoke to answered my previous question (how to format a cell to show time in minutes?) without having to ask me all the questions you are asking. He supplied me with the formula straight away.

If you cannot supply me with the formulas, tell me and I will try another expert.

This is what you said in your last statement "how to format a cell to show time in minutes?"

Ok do you want the total minutes in one cell and the total seconds in a separate cell. I will also provide the formulas for converting mins and sec to degrees

In the meantime you can go ahead and rate so I get paid for my time. You can add bonus later when you get the files

Despite asking my original question 4 days ago, you still have not made any attempt to answer it. This has gone on far enough and I am no longer interested in dealing with you any further.