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I need a Formula QUICK!

I need a Formula QUICK!

I need a Formula QUICK!

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Okay, I have a table which shows response times for our department.  Due to the emergency nature of what we do there is one field that shows the date/time the call initiated.  Then there are numeric fields that show seconds to dispatch, seconds to enroute, seconds to arrival.  My problem is, I want to show the exact (the the hundreth of a second) time that the unit was dispatched, exact time the unit checked enroute and exact time of arrival.  My call initiated time is in date/time format, my secs2dispatch field is in numeric format.  Can this be done?  If not, I would at least like to show the secs2dispatch and other fields as minutes and seconds.  I am confused as I can be how to do this and I am supposed to know today!  Help....

RE: I need a Formula QUICK!

Check my FAQ on common formulas in the General Forum.  There is a formula that converts seconds to a formated time string.

This might help get started.

Ken Hamady, On-site/Phone Crystal Reports Training/Consulting
Quick Reference Guide to using Crystal in VB
http://www.kenhamady.com/

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