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I'm not sure if this is possible, but I have a numeric field in a database (int) and Crystal Reports is defaulting those fields to display the comma and .00 at the end of it.  I can format the field to not show that, however I'm trying to use the "formatted" version in a hyperlink and the server that runs the reports doesn't keep the conversion.  Is there a way that a formula field or something can be created to store the value without the comma and .00 at the end so I can pass that to the hyperlink?
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ToText({myfield},0)
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Perfect, thank you!
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