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Time coversions between SQL Server 2008 backend and Access 2013 front end

I have an SQL Server 2008 table defined with 2 time(0) fields, but when I link to them through ODBC to MS Access 2013 front end, they come across as text fields. I need the server to hold an time(0) time with a medium time displayed in Access 2013. Where am I going wrong???
Microsoft AccessMicrosoft SQL Server 2008

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