Everything I've seen on this subject pertains to clock time, as in what would the time be if I added 30 minutes and 29 seconds to 3 PM? But I've yet to see a question or answer that addresses my particular requirement.
Here it is. I'm trying to use Excel to add up and total the timings of tracks on a CD. So, I enter the time of each track, like 5:23, 4:08, 6:45, and so on, each in its own row in row B. Row A contains the name of the song on the track.
I'm not interested in getting an AM or PM clock time result. I want the total time of the CD from accumulating all of the tracks. Obviously, the result of the example I've given should come out to 16:16 (16 minutes and 16 seconds) because the minutes add up to 15, but the seconds add up to 76, which would add one more minute to the minutes (76 - 60 = 16) making 16 minutes and leaving 16 seconds.
There are Internet calculators that do this, but I haven't found any way in Excel to do it, and I haven't found anyone who has even asked this question.