TIME [\@ "Date-Time Picture"]

Inserts the current time. Microsoft Word inserts a TIME field when you click Insert Time on the Header and Footer toolbar. Unless you specify a date-time picture switch, the time is displayed in the format specified as part of the regional settings in Microsoft Windows Control Panel.

Date-time picture??
\@ "Date-Time Picture" Specifies a date and time format other than the default
If you select a format in the Field dialog box (Field command, Insert menu), Word inserts a corresponding date-time picture switch.

* When you use the Date and Time command (Insert menu) and select the Update Automatically check box, Word inserts a TIME field. Depending on the format you select, Word uses a date-time picture switch to display the current time or date or both. For example, if you select "10/12/95 10:11AM" in the Date and Time dialog box, Word inserts the field { TIME \@ "MM/dd/yy h:mm AM/PM" }.
* To use a format that's not shown in the Field dialog box, click Field Codes and type the format switch directly in the Field code box. Learn more about date-time picture switches.
* For the Microsoft documentation refer to support.microsoft.com


{ TIME \@ "dd-mm-yyyy am/pm" }

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