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Re: Using a button on *click to initialize calculation
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I figured it out.While in CALC under the CLICK option in FORMCALC:this.resolveNode("FieldTotal").rawValue = sum(Field1, Field2, Field3);Worked like a charm.

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What I am trying to do is take my button named CALC and when I click CALC I want it to add Field1, Field2 and Field3 together and output the sum to FieldTotal. I know I need to have this done in click for button but I am not sure how to write the javascript for this. Any help is appreciated!!

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Thank you both for your Help! Jasotastic81, you pushed me in the right direction and even taught me a few things! Josh, when I saved it as a Dynamic it worked instantly! Thanks again

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I am sorry I am still getting nothing... here is a link to the document in my dropbox. Maybe this will helphttps://www.dropbox.com/s/tyx92c34sxc6087/HE%20Loan%20Worksheet.pdf

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I inserted the statement just as you have it and I still get nothing. I made sure to have it on Javascript and Exit and my initial subform is invisible. Maybe I am missing a setting?

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I am trying to do something simple... I just cant get it to work. I have a drop down list named "ownership" (Which is part of, DOES THE BORROWER HAVE AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN ANY OTHER PROPERTY? and I have choices "Y" and "N". When the user selects "Y" I want the subform (which is currently invisible) named "sometimesHidden" to appear. Then if the user selects "N" after they have already selected "Y" I want it to disappear. It is a blank form with neither Y/N as a default, just blank. It should ...

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I was able to get the percent side to work, however the 0$ side did not work. I went over it a few times.. Is there another way I could calculate the diff variable??

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Just as a test, I tried this out... I am assuming this is what you are trying to do? I put the drop down list at the very bottom of the page and it automatically does this. Maybe you are using an old version of LiveCycle?

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This is a backwards way of doing it.... what you can do is add a button... take out the border, take out the fill color and remove the wording so you basically have a box you can click on. Then you can make that "button" and put it so that it fits over the text you want people to click on and add the app.launchURL("[enter the URL here]", true); in to the javascript for the field under Button1:: enter This will enable you to get the desired effect in a round about way...

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I have a 2 fields, one is an estimate and one is the actual cost. We are trying to calculate if there was an increase between the actual cost and the estimate. We estimate high so that our actual cost never goes above the estimate. Thus Actual - Estimate = negative number (meaning that the actual cost was not higher than the estimate). We have to show this number as either $0.00 (indicating that there was not an increase) or a higher dollar amount showing that the actual cost was higher than the...

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That is actually perfect! The only thing I changed was that if it wasn't one of those two it would be blank.Like this:if (lienpos eq "1st Fixed") then apor + 1.5elseif (lienpos eq "2nd Fixed") then apor + 3.5else ""endifThanks so much for your help!

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Ok, I am trying to have the CAP RATE: do a couple of things. First side note, in the Lien Postion drop down there are 4 options, 1st Fixed, 2nd Fixed, 1st HELOC and 2nd HELOC. I am trying to calculate the CAP RATE using the APOR if the Lien Position states 1st Fixed or 2nd Fixed only. So the calculation for CAP RATE should read something like this, IF (Lien Position states: 1st Fixed or 2nd Fixed then ADD (IF 1st Fixed ADD 1.5% IF 2nd Fixed ADD 3.5%) to the APOR rate (Users will enter APOR rate)...

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This is only semi helpful... instead of my field being black with those display patterns it actually makes it so the field populates a 0% instead of hididing it. The second one actually has the field say 'unknown' which is no help.To clarify a little. The form should always be blank if someone wants to print it thus hiding the 0%. However, I want the %Unsec to Inc field to show a 0% if Total Unsec $ actually has a $0 entered by the user. As it stands, I can enter .1$ and it will turn it to 0$ an...

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I have a form that I am working on that does a calculation regarding lending. It will take the user inputted monthly salary and the total unsecured debt to produce a %. Well I have it currently to show up as blank until both fields are non zero. If I have the unsecured field with a 0 it will not calculate the calculation at all leaving the field blank. I need it to show up as a 0% if the total unsecured is actually $0. EXAMPLE:As you can see on the right side I have 2 different calculation runni...

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Yes I was using LiveCycle 8.0 instead of the updated version.

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That is exactly what I needed. Thank you very much. That is also much simpler than I was trying to make it.... 😃

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In my LiveCycle, I don't have those options.... is there another way to get to that menu?

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Adobe Live Cycle Designer 8.0I have my Before DIR% calculated by dividing (TotalDebts/TotalIncome*100) and have it show up as a percentage (ie 26% OR 31% instead of .26 or .31). I need it to show up blank if there isnt anything going on. Same for "After DIR" and "% Unsec to Inc". I also have another from with the same exact problem but it calculates a $0. How would make these 0's show up blank when no calculation is currenlty happening? I am trying to get them to show up as blank so if needed I ...

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