(Solved) – Display milliseconds in Excel

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I am trying to display milliseconds in an Excel macro. I have a column of integers which are timestamps in milliseconds (e.g. 28095200 is 7:48:15.200 am), and I want to make a new column next to it which keeps a running average and displays the time in a hh:mm:ss.000 format.

 Dim Cel As Range
 Set Cel = Range("B1")
 temp = Application.Average(Range("A1:A2")) / 1000
 ms = Round(temp - Int(temp), 2) * 1000
 Cel.Value = Strings.Format((temp / 60 / 60 / 24), "hh:mm:ss") _
                & "." & Strings.Format(ms, "#000")

This only displays “mm:ss.0” in the cell. Yet when I click on the cell, it shows “hh:mm:ss” in the formula bar. Why are the hours missing? How can I show the hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds?

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