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Calculations in a form?

Thread began 11/15/2011 11:26 pm by Mark_Rinella291330 | Last modified 11/17/2011 9:48 am by Mark_Rinella291330 | 998 views | 3 replies


Calculations in a form?


Is there a best/easy way to include a form that can do calculations?

I have clients that want "Order Forms" which would inlude:

Item Name, Price, the customer enters the quantity, which multiplies by the price per unit which then would add in the Total Cell.

Should I just create it in Excel and/or an Adobe product and then have it download as an attachment that can e-mailed back, instead of trying to come up with an order form that will do calculations and then send that information via e-mail to an appropriate person.

I hope my question makes sense.

Thanks for any input and ideas anyone may have!

Take care,


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