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Hopefully this hasn’t been covered and answered, I have seen some issues with NOW() function in the excel online platform posted but I still haven’t found the answer I need. The timestamp reports 4hr ahead, I have tried different versions of Windows (8,10) problem only exists on the web based platform. I noticed prior to logging into outlook.com, after hitting sign in, at the password screen there are 3 dots at the bottom, upon clicking them it gives me a timestamp prior to login, this is off 4 hours too, I think this is where my problem is. Any thoughts? Local time is correct MS time is correct, and if I login outlook email time is correct.
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