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cjohnson2136 Frequent Visitor
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Field is Formatted to Time but Date shows in Visualization

I am having problems formatting my time field on the visualization. The field has a data type of Time and Format h:mm tt. If you look at the pictures below you will see how it is formatted under the modeling tab and how it appears in the table. But when you filter you will notice it has the date of 12/30/1899 and that same date shows on my graph. When the data was imported into Power BI from a CSV it was just the time there was no date. I can't figure out how that date is showing or what I can do to get rid of it.

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Community Support Team
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Re: Field is Formatted to Time but Date shows in Visualization

Hi @cjohnson2136 ,

 

Or we can create a calculated column like this to work on it.

 

Column = ""&'Table'[time]

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Nathaniel_C New Contributor
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Re: Field is Formatted to Time but Date shows in Visualization

Hi @cjohnson2136 ,

 

Not sure if this will solve the issue, but I changed a table from date to time, and then looked at a measure that I had written, and it was still date. Unchecked the measure from the visual, and rechecked it. It then worked correctly as a time.

 

Nathaniel_C

cjohnson2136 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Field is Formatted to Time but Date shows in Visualization

That didn't do anything for me

cjohnson2136 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Field is Formatted to Time but Date shows in Visualization

Weird I added the Hour field to the Axis and that madethe Legend change to show just the time

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Field is Formatted to Time but Date shows in Visualization

Hi @cjohnson2136 ,

 

Or we can create a calculated column like this to work on it.

 

Column = ""&'Table'[time]

Capture.PNG

 

Community Support Team _ Frank
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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