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Convert from MS Access Query to SQL Server View

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I need to convert this from an MS Access Query to a SQL Server view. How would I write this in SQL to get the format in hours & Minutes?

[PRTTotalMins]\60 & Format([PRTTotalMins] Mod 60,"\:00") AS PRT_Total_Mins

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