Convert degrees minutes seconds to decimal degrees

- Start Excel and press ALT+F11 to start the Visual Basic editor. On the Insert menu, click Module. Enter the sample code for the
**Convert_Degree**custom function described above into the module sheet. Press ALT+F11 to return to excel. In cell A1 type 10.46. In cell A2 type the formula: =**Convert_Degree**(A1) The formula returns 10°27'36" - DD = (
**Seconds**/3600) + (**Minutes**/60) +**Degrees**. The conversion must be handled differently if the**degrees**value is negative. Here's one way: DD = - (**Seconds**/3600) - (**Minutes**/60) +**Degrees**. In the instructions below, you will**convert**one field in a table of latitude or longitude values in**degrees**,**minutes**, and**seconds****to****decimal****degrees**using the ... - 1997. 12. 29. · Surprisingly I havent found a built in Formaula or cell formatthat allows you to
**convert**a cell value from ''**decimal degrees**''into ''**degrees minutes**and**seconds**''EX: if I have a formula in a cell that returns ''1.99'' and I want to display that value in**Degrees Minutes**and**Seconds**equivilant''1:59:24''Any help would be appreciatedThanks Doug Bottom - Formula of
**converting****decimal degrees to degrees, minutes**and**seconds**. 1 = 60' = 3600", where one**degree**is equivalent to 60**minutes**which makes up 3,600**seconds**. D = integer (dd), which means that the integer**degrees**are equal to the part integer of the**decimal****degrees**. M = integer ( (dd-d) x 60), where the**minutes**are calculated by ...