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Time Is On Your Side—Yes It Is
Figure 4–82. Time formatting options
A few words about the Fraction category may be in order. I earlier noted that when submitted to
this format, the number 34.32 was rendered as 34 1/3—and that’s not correct. 1/3 is .33, not .32, and
that difference might matter—although again we need to remember that, because we’re “only”
formatting the cell, the value is really 34.32 in any case. But by default Fraction estimates the fractional
equivalent of a decimal up to one digit. If we click on the cell containing 34.32 we’ll see (Figure 4–83):
Figure 4–83. Fraction options
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