Open the file called en_US.lng with notepad, wordpad, or any other
text editor, and look for the following entries:
The first one refers to how it is displayed on your screen, the
second to how it displays in printed reports. You should change the
"License" or "Affiliation" to whatever you want it to say instead.
(Note, you should change only the License that follows the equals
sign, not the one before the colon.) I recommend the following:
This file is your US English language file. These files are editable to
allow easy translation of the software into foreign languages, in
case you were curious.
MM:SS.TH Time Formats
There is no way to control the LIF file the way you want. What
you can do, however, is control the formatting in Excel. Through much
experimentation, I have found that the following CUSTOM number
Will accomplish what you desire. A time of 5:12.12 will become 05:12.12,
while a time of 9.99 will become 00:09.99. This is really a hack, and
what is happening is that numbers without minutes are being converted to
a four-digit number plus decimals with a text string ":" after the first
two digits, while numbers that come in with minutes will be converted to
a time-formula. You won't be able to chart or graph comparisons of
times, but they will display the way you want. The field events are
entered as 4 digits. Ie. 21'02 is entered as 2102.