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Re: Drop Down Menu Dependent Calculation
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ahigley
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Hi Steve,Thanks for the recommendations. I unchecked the 'specify item' box and still no luck.Unfortunately, the calculation isn't populating. I currently have it marked as visible in order to build out the larger calculation. Then I intend to hide it. Is there anything else that you could see that would get this working again?ThanksAnna

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Re: Drop Down Menu Dependent Calculation
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Ok I've dropped it in and I'm not getting any errors but it isn't working for me. Could I send you theform to identify the issue?Thanks again.

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Re: Drop Down Menu Dependent Calculation
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That's exactly what I need! Thanks! How can I get the code behind it? I need the calc for my form, to fold into a greater sum.Thanks so much!

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Re: Drop Down Menu Dependent Calculation
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Hi Steve, Thanks for the message. I'm actually in need of a different function.I'll try to be more clear....users are inputting accounting datareceipts1 disbursements1 dropdown1 (includes: Collection, Closing, Interest Bearing)the user enters a number in the receipt field, then the disbursement field and then selects on of the three options in the dropdown.If the user selects collection or closing, the invisible field populates the number that the user entered into the receipts1if the user selec...

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Drop Down Menu Dependent Calculation
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ahigley
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I've seen many examples of drop down menus leading to a calculation with raw data built in. Used mainly for invoices, where a series of products have set prices. While my calculation is dependent on the selection in the drop down menu it is also dependent on the entry of another field.To be more clear:The user enters an amout in both the receipt and the disbursement field, then the user chooses one of three options in a drop down menu (collection, closing, interest bearing). Finally there is a h...

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Re: If Statement Multiple Conditions
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Paul, Thanks so much! Perfect!!

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Re: If Statement Multiple Conditions
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Tried a few variations of this and still seem not to be able to find a solution to this issue. I'm surprised my google searches are bringing up better examples because there seems to be an example of everything else.Any more detailed advive?

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If Statement Multiple Conditions
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Using LiveCycle, FormCalc or JavaScript.I am trying to create an if statement with multiple conditions. a Sum field calculates a series of numeric input fields. I want the result in the Sum field to determine the expression in a final field. If the Sum is <30MM then "50000" also if the Sum is >30MM but <60MM then "125000" also if the Sum is >60MM but <100MM then "250000" also if the Sum is >100MM but <300MM then "375000" also if the Sum is >300MM then "500000"I have only been able to figure out ...

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