This is one of those, it should be easy, but it turns out to be harder to do than I initially expected. I made some notes, and I figured I might as well share it!
Goal: Convert a Number of Minutes into actual Hours and Minutes [H:mm], e.g. 90 into 1:30 or Hours: 1, Minutes: 30.
Hours & Minutes
|1||Minutes||90||Comment: Number value of 90 is in Cell B1|
|3||Hours & Minutes||2160:00||Formula: =B1. Format: Time, [h]:mm.|
|4||WTH?!||Comment: The Value is "wacked" because "90" is not actually a valid "time". |
|6||1:30||Formula: =TIME(0,B1,0). Comment: Create an actual valid =Time value.|
|8||30||Ok, let's find the number of minutes after subtracting all the hours. |
|9||Hours: 1, Minutes: 30||Formula: =CONCATENATE("Hours: ",TEXT(C7,"H"),", Minutes: ",MID(TEXT(C7,"h:mm"),FIND(":",TEXT(C7,"h:mm"))+1,2)) |
Comment: You can't just use =Text(C7,"mm") because =Text pulls the full value of 90.
So like everything, there is probably a better way to do this. I got this to work.
If you find a better way, please share!