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Require Crystal to convert a number into a time format

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I have a field within my database which holds a number.  This number represents a time value in minutes.  This number of minutes value needs converting into a hh:mm time format.  So the number field (actually holds the time in minutes)

So for example the number field would contain 105 and Crystal reports needs to display this as 1hr 45mins (or something similarly equivalent which users can equate to).

Please can anybody advise me on how to do this.



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