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Hello, I have Adobe X Pro, and I am using Adobe LiveCycle Designer to create a form that does some calculations.  How can I format a field so that no "0" (zeros) are in the field unless data is put in to make it calculate.  I'm using the FormsCalc method and for example, the first field is a decimal field, and the amount is put in by the user.  The second field is a decimal field calculated, and  is   $.rawValue = RW2/W1 * 100; the third field is decimal calculated $.rawValue = FRAT2 + CUM1, and the fourth field is decimal field calculated $.rawValue = 100 - CUM2, and it places a 'zero' in each of those fields unless I enter an amount in the first field. 

Any suggestions or ideas?

Thanks

Connie

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Hi Connie,

This forum here is for questions related to LCCS.

Maybe post your question in the Livecycle Designer forum:

http://forums.adobe.com/community/livecycle/livecycle_es/livecycle_designer_es

Or you might want to take a look at this list here and pick the forum that matches the product you are using and/or the question you have:

http://forums.adobe.com/community/livecycle

Best,

Julien

LCCS Quality Engineering

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Ok.  Sorry about that.

Thanks

Connie