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Old June 27th 17, 07:36 PM
Angie O. Angie O. is offline
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Default Sum of two fields with possible blank option

Hi- I'm trying to add two mailmerge fields that are dollar amounts. However, each record may only have one field, not both. How do I create a formula for a field to add the amounts when one might not even be there? Thank you!
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