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I am having trouble with out SharePoint calendar. I have some calculated columns set up to display start and end times for anything that is not an all day event (based off the guide here), but some items are displaying start and end times even when they are set to all day events.

After looking into this over the last couple of days, I created a calculated column simply set to:

=[Start Date]

and all items are showing the wrong time.

For example, I have one item which has a start time of 9/09/2013 12:00 AM, but the test calculated column is showing 9/09/2013 10:00 AM.

Any idea what could be causing this?

Edit: I just had a thought, I am in Australia (GMT +10), could this be having an effect on the way our times/dates are being stored?

  • I have also tested this on another calendar on a different subsite and the same behaviour is displayed – Jason Crenshaw Sep 27 '13 at 5:35
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I found this formula on another site, since SharePoint 2013 also has the issue of not reporting a Start Date (date only format) correctly (still rounding back one day when set up as an all day event).

I updated the "dd mmm yyyy" to reflect in the format I needed for my calendar summary view. Hope this helps someone.

=TEXT(IF([End Time]=[Start Time],[Start Time],IF(MOD(ROUNDUP(([End Time]-[Start Time])*24,0),24)=0,[Start Time]+1,[Start Time])),"dd mmm yyyy")

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