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Re: Formcalc on table (yes i've looked at other discussions and can't apply their response) - Adobe LiveCycle 20-01-2011
Hi there,thanks for your response, how do you rename the rows???

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Formcalc on table (yes i've looked at other discussions and can't apply their response) - Adobe LiveCycle 20-01-2011
PLEASE HELP!!!i have a table. 5 columns. 25 rows including header & footer rows. i would like to calculate totals of each column.the formulas i've tried are:sum (Table2.Row[*].Cell2[*]) NOTE: this is to calculate all the rows in 2nd column with name 'Cell2'.i seem to be able to get row1 only when i use the following:sum (Table2.Row1[*].Cell2[*])

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Re: Inputting a formula - Adobe LiveCycle 16-01-2011
Thanks for your help the other day!

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Re: Inputting a formula - Adobe LiveCycle 10-01-2011
Thanks Niall,am using livecycle and am on the script bar: it has "show","language"& "run at". i should replace the old reply with the new one?

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Re: Inputting a formula - Adobe LiveCycle 10-01-2011
ok, so do you mean that i would type that in the formula field as well? if so, before or after the formula?or is it completely separate? if this is the case, where do i input it?Again, many thanks!

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Re: Inputting a formula - Adobe LiveCycle 10-01-2011
Just a follow up question, how do i make the field = zero or empty when there's no data in the previous fields??

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Re: Inputting a formula - Adobe LiveCycle 10-01-2011
Thanks Niall!

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Inputting a formula - Adobe LiveCycle 10-01-2011
Im new to acrobat and formcalc. i'm trying to create a formula which looks like this on excel =66+ (13.7*numericfield1)+(12.7*numericfield2)-(6.8*numericfield3)if anyone can help me that would be much appreciated

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