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I have an excel spreadsheet where the column that has time is formated for
hh:mm am/pm but it is returning hh:mm:ss AM/PM in the word document. I tried
to highlight the field in my Word Document and prese Shift + F9 but this just
open the "my computer" box.???? Can you help me?

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Hi KHaberwoman,

If Shift-F9 isn't exposing the field code when you've selected a field, it appears your shortcut keys have been re-assigned. You
could remedy this by resetting the shortcut-key assignments to their defaults. If you don't want to undo the re-assignment, you can
toggle the field code display on/off for all fields in the document via Alt-F9.

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I have an excel spreadsheet where the column that has time is formated for
hh:mm am/pm but it is returning hh:mm:ss AM/PM in the word document. I tried
to highlight the field in my Word Document and prese Shift + F9 but this just
open the "my computer" box.???? Can you help me?


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