06-11-2007 DSI - Tranceformation 002

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First track is Housey.:music:

i was to telling you, more top dj's will join here in January i'm remembering Sebastian Brandt, Airwave, Blank & Jones among others:grinning:
 
i was to telling you, more top dj's will join here in January i'm remembering Sebastian Brandt, Airwave, Blank & Jones among others:grinning:

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ohh thanks distant, i was looking for that:hug:
 
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awesome :super:
 
i was to telling you, more top dj's will join here in January i'm remembering Sebastian Brandt, Airwave, Blank & Jones among others:grinning:
coool


followed your trail:):mask:
 
ooh yes...venturing into the harder stuff now :super:
 
weird sound

ligthsequence:grinning:,i´m ok man,and you?
 
It's not housey anymore. Niiiiiiice. :) :cat:
 
I know that this is off topic, but I have an Excel question.

I have a column of times in this format:
2:30 meaning 2 hours and 30 minutes.

I want to convert that into a number in this format:
2.5 meaning 2 and a half hours.

How do I do that? Changing the format and copying the time into the numerical column doesn't work. I get 0.1042. :lolz:
 
:dancing:


:dancing:.................:dancing:.................:dancing:



:dancing:
 
i'm still here, having a chat with Dan



this set is really cool:dancing::dancing::dancing:
 
(??)

I guess no one knows the answer to my question?

Bummer. :(
 
I know that this is off topic, but I have an Excel question.

I have a column of times in this format:
2:30 meaning 2 hours and 30 minutes.

I want to convert that into a number in this format:
2.5 meaning 2 and a half hours.

How do I do that? Changing the format and copying the time into the numerical column doesn't work. I get 0.1042. :lolz:


i'm not aware of how you can change it to that format....i'll keep looking :)
 
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