It first brakes the two numbers, the two numbers you want to add into hours, minutes and seconds. Then It adds them together (each part by its own), it makes sure that the result is two characters, because if you add 2 and 2 VB will consider it as 4 and not as 04. After that it makes sure that the seconds. and the hours are not more then 60 if they are it adds one to the hours or the minutes, depends on what it is, if it is seconds. then it adds one to the minutes if it is minutes it adds one to the hours. Then it puts the results in a time format (hh:mm:ss).

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Function MakeTotalTime(First, Second)

'Divides the two time format numbers into parts:

'Hours, Minutes And Seconds.

Firsth = Left(First, 2)

Firstm = Mid(First, 4, 2)

Firsts = Right(First, 2)

Secondh = Left(Second, 2)

Secondm = Mid(Second, 4, 2)

Seconds = Right(Second, 2)

'----------------------------

' Adds the numbers and makes sure that it will

' always be with two characters

uth = Val(Firsth) + Val(Secondh)

If Len(uth) = 1 Then uth = "0" & uth

utm = Val(Firstm) + Val(Secondm)

If Len(utm) = 1 Then utm = "0" & utm

uts = Val(Firsts) + Val(Seconds)

If Len(uts) = 1 Then uts = "0" & uts

'----------------------------

' If the Seconds are higher than 60 then add

' one to the Minutes and subtract from the seconds

' 60

If uts > 59 Then

Do

uts = Val(uts) - 60

If Len(uts) = 1 Then uts = "0" & uts

utm = Val(utm) + 1

If Len(utm) = 1 Then utm = "0" & utm

Loop Until uts <= 59

End If

'----------------------------

' If the Minutes are higher than 60 then add

' one to the Hours and subtract from the Minutes

' 60

If utm > 59 Then

Do

utm = Val(utm) - 60

If Len(utm) = 1 Then utm = "0" & utm

uth = Val(uth) + 1

If Len(uth) = 1 Then uth = "0" & uth

Loop Until utm <= 59

End If

'----------------------------

' Returns the Total Time

newTotal = uth & ":" & utm & ":" & uts

MakeTotalTime = newTotal

End Function

**Tip Submitted By: Yatir Halevi **